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Published on Sep 21, 2011

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I wanted to do a little show and tell on this interesting shotgun. It's a Mossberg 590 inside of the Mossberg Bullpup stock. This stock will also fit a Mossberg 500.

The upside to the bullpup design is that it is compact in it's overall length. This particular design however makes for a bulky gun. It can feel very awkward in how it manipulates.

It's 20" barrel and full length magazine tube allows for good capacity at 8+1 with 2 3/4" shells. The weight of the gun is greater then I'd like which makes it a handful, but also mitigates recoil; as does the bore axis on the stock.

The protective plate on the stock makes it unusable for left handed shooters. This is a major disadvantage with the design. The Kel-Tec KSG remedied this by making it's ejection to the bottom of the gun.

Overall this is not my favorite shotgun...I prefer a more traditional style tactical shotgun. It's overall length does make it ideal for tight or constrained spaces, but the blocky bulkiness and weight makes it hard to manipulate easily.

Please comment and tell me what you think...Thanks for watching!


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