NEW Mesa Tactical SureShell Carrier For Mossberg 930 Shotguns

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Mesa Tactical is known for high quality scattergun accessories that focus on being both functional and rugged. And although the trusty Remington 870 receives a lot of attention from Mesa, they have released a new carrier for Mossberg shotgun owners everywhere.

SURESHELL® ALUMINUM CARRIER AND RAIL FOR THE MOSSBERG 930

http://mesatactical.com/new-product–aluminum-carrier-rail-moss-930/

Mesa Tactical SureShell Shotshell Carriers with Rail combine a shell carrier with a Picatinny rail and includes a Mesa Tactical four, six, or eight shell SureShell Aluminum and/or Polymer shotshell carrier mounted on the left side of the receiver. Both versions are manufactured in compliance with MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny specifications, and no gunsmithing is required for installation.

  • The best and most durable weapon mounted shotshell carrier available
  • Innovative rubber friction retention system solidly holds shotshells in place
  • Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Optional Polymer yoke available
  • Integrated MIL-STD-1913 (NATO STANAG 4694) Picatinny rail for optics, sights, lasers or accessories
  • Hard coat anodized matte black
  • Mounts via brackets attached to shotgun or via drilled and tapped receiver holes
  • Proudly made in the USA; Lifetime Warranty

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In addition, Mesa Tactical has released a new modular forend for the Remington Versa Max semiautomatic shotgun.

MOHAWK™ MODULAR FOREND FOR THE REMINGTON VERSA MAX SHOTGUN 

http://mesatactical.com/mesa-tactical-introduces-the-mohawk-modular-forend-for-remington-versa-max-shotgun/

The Mohawk modular forend for the Remington R12/Versa Max® shotgun was developed specifically for tactical use, the Mohawk forend is a complete configurable forend system capable of meeting multiple tactical requirements. Designed and built as a tactical forend, Mohawk adds functionality and improves performance.

  • Ergonomic outer contours with vertical grip slots and longitudinal finger grooves
  • Ventral Picatinny rail mount point at nose of forend
  • Sling swivel stud installed in ventral rail mount point (field removable)
  • Optional forward steel sling plate or hook loop, either standard or ambidextrous
  • Accessory pockets on each side that accept:
  • Flat pad for the mounting of Picatinny rail sections
  • Pocket covers with integral accessory wire opening
  • Contoured pocket covers
  • Polymer Picatinny rail section
  • Proudly made in the USA; Lifetime Warranty

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Mesa Tactical – http://mesatactical.com
1775 Kuenzli St.
Reno, NV 89502

714-545-3332

weborders@mesatactical.com



Pete

LE – Science – OSINT.
On a mission to make all of my guns as quiet as possible.
Pete.M@staff.thefirearmblog.com


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  • Anonymoose

    But will it fit a 935?

    • Spencerhut

      Because you need more rounds on your duck gun?

      • Anonymoose

        Of course. You’ve never dealt with a duck riot before?

        • SignalFromTheRim

          A Duck riot sounds terrifying.

          • Anonymoose

            It’s similar to an emu war, only ducks can fly, which means you are in for a lot faster fight.

  • valorius

    The integrated rail is a neat touch. They make these for Winchester defenders?

  • JumpIf NotZero

    Heh. Is anyone seriously still using hard shell carriers? Funny.

    • Vitsaus

      Yeah, no kidding. My first thought was “2006 called….”

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      Ummm. *Cough* Over here. *Cough*

      • JumpIf NotZero

        Just switch over to ares and similar panels. Any hard use with a fixed she’ll carrier will immediately show why it’s dumb.

        They’re slow to load, and drop rounds over temp and age.

        • iksnilol

          I am so high speed low drag that I don’t even use shotguns.

  • DrewN

    Reno? They moved out of Costa Mesa I guess and i didn’t even notice even though I drove past them pretty much daily. No surprise, Orange County is hell.

  • 22winmag

    Dead links happen. Just not usually on articles hot off the presses.

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      Weird. I’m pretty sure that wasn’t me. Either way, fixed and apologies.