View Full Version : The ultimate tactical shotgun?

Joel Pirela
September 10, 2001, 11:19 AM
This is what I came up with:


it's not that heavy and let you mount all kind of stuff like flashlights and lasers...


Probably SureFire will come with one for the mossberg soon but I couldn't wait and I have the satisfaction on doing it myself!

The flashlight is for illustration only since the lamp is not shock proof (the new Shock proof bezel is $23)

The side rails can be plastic (HK USC) to make weight even less...

The bottom needs to be aluminum to withstand the torque on the KAC grip and recoil....

Please le me know what do you think....


Joel Pirela

September 10, 2001, 01:59 PM
I think you need to be careful with that Glock pointing right back at you when you hold the thing. Sheesh :)

Why is it mounted upside-down-backwards on the heatshield?:D

Dave McC
September 10, 2001, 02:15 PM
Interesting. How much does that thing weigh and is that basically an 1100, 870, 590, or ?

September 10, 2001, 02:23 PM
looks like a 500 or 590. Plastic trigger guard and ribbed forend give it away.

September 10, 2001, 02:26 PM
Of all the stupid questions. It's mounted upside down and pointing backwards so you can shot the bandits who come at you from behind, while simultaneously laying waste to the hordes in front of you. ;)

Joel Pirela
September 10, 2001, 02:28 PM
The glock is attached by a set of screws so it's very secure!:p

It's not that heavy... I can't tell you the exact weight but it's not noticeable...

The rail covers are plastic so is the KAC fore grip... the only metal parts are the rails (aluminum from a USC top rai)

The host gun is a Mossberg 590


Navy joe
September 10, 2001, 04:58 PM
Nope, the ultimate shotgun would be 12ga and belt fed. However, in the constraints of the law you seem to have made a noble effort.

September 10, 2001, 05:05 PM
I did see one of those before. Someone had posted some pictures on here from surefire. Theirs was on an 870 and the shotgun had some cool camo paint job. Otherwise, it's the same thing. Very cool idea.

September 10, 2001, 05:23 PM

Here is the 870 mentioned above

The link is outdated, this is the corect one: http://www.pk-engineering.com/proto-photoz4.html