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Old 07-24-2009, 10:44 AM
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I just picked up my mossberg 5 she is a beast! I'm going to be adding a rail and surefire forend and knoxx stock. anything else should I add please let me know!

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Old 07-24-2009, 3:28 PM
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Mine started out that way also. A couple hundred $$$ more and this is what I am happy with.
upgrades:
Hogue forend and Hogue12" LOP stock
Factory Ghost Ring sights
TacStar side saddle
High Vise follower
Custom Break from WWW.kingarmory.com
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Old 09-11-2009, 7:34 PM
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That's a nice Mossberg.
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looks good.. i want mine to look like this... if you want to sell that pistol grip lmk since you plan on getting a different one...
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I just picked my persuader yesterday too! Mine has the M4-style stock and pistol grip though. And it truly is a beast, it left a nasty bruise on my shoulder.
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Nice Storm..
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Old 10-09-2009, 9:21 PM
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I just picked up my mossberg 5 she is a beast! I'm going to be adding a rail and surefire forend and knoxx stock. anything else should I add please let me know!

Very nice combo.
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Add some ghost ring night sights with the surefire forend.

Then you should good to go
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If you put a Knoxx Spec-Ops stock on it you will think you have a .22 magnum . You will still feel a mild push, but you can shoot all day .
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i would agree with other posts... tac star side saddle is a must, depending on your purposes & weight factor I would go for the six (more shots ready to go right next to the action). I'd use some loctite for the inner small screw, you'll see what I mean when you get it.

I also would suggest that you get a flashlight on it & I also would use a front pistol grip, IMO its a better grip to use...faster and more control especially if your gonna just use the pistol rear grip (no shoulder holstering) Plus keep the distance away from your face please, every gun has kick - even that small little .22 (ya you hardly feel it)

you can use a sling later on to keep it on you hands free.

I got a great flashlight on mine, Fenix tk10 - with that special wire/button on off switch. I love my mossy, I hope you enjoy yours as much as I have been doing mine. by the way enjoy naming it too. (mines called, nasty lil bastard )


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Your shotgun would be perfect in the truck!
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