[SHOT 2016] Mesa Tactical Beretta 1301 Recoil Stock

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Last year Mesa Tactical partnered up with Beretta to make accessories for their shotguns. Well Mesa Tactical just released their new telescoping and hydraulic recoil stock kits for the Beretta 1301 semi-auto shotguns. Their stock kit is actually available in three different variations, you can get just the adapter where you can add your own AR-15 pistol grip, buffer tube and stock of your choice. The second option is their kit that includes the adapter, a Hogue rubber overmold pistol grip, aluminum mil-spec buffer tube and an M4 polymer stock. The third option includes their telescoping hydraulic recoil system that reduces felt recoil by up to 70%.

Their adapter accepts most other AR-15 pistol grips and stocks however. Their adapter kit allows you to adjust the length of pull making it convenient for shooters of different stature or for those who use body armor. The Mesa Tactical adapter also includes a sling point and is made out of investment cast aircraft aluminum and has a powder coated finish. They’re made in the USA and Mesa Tactical covers them with a lifetime warranty. The adapter alone retails forĀ $80, the kit with the pistol grip, buffer tube and stock retails for $190 and the kit with the hydraulic recoil reducer goes for $315. They’re also available for the Mossberg 500/590 and the Remington 870. Check outĀ mesatactical.com for more info.

 

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  • kregano

    Damn, one brand off. Got a Benelli clone that could use an affordable collapsing stock. Maybe next year.

  • JumpIf NotZero

    lol, pistol grip on a shotgun…. Mesa, you so funny.

  • Cayton Jones

    Why put effort into the curve that pushes against the trigger guard if you are going to leave a gap? Makes it look cheap/sloppy to me.

    • kregano

      The only way this makes sense to me is if they deliberately designed it that way knowing people would try to stick it on other Beretta shotguns or something.

      • Cayton Jones

        As is, it looks like it was designed for that other Beretta shotgun and they managed to jam it on to this one. Truly terrible looking.