Mossberg Introduces New 590 Shockwave Models

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posted on November 20, 2018
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Mossberg has announced the introduction of three new 12-gauge 590 Shockwave models for 2019: the 590 Nightstick, 590 Shock ‘N’ Saw and the 590 Shockwave SPX.

Built on Mossberg’s proven pump-action design, each new pump-action 590 Shockwave model features a 5+1 magazine capacity, an overall length of 26.37 inches, a 14-inch heavy-walled barrel, non-binding twin action bars, positive steel-to-steel lock-up, an anti-jam elevator, dual extractors and an ambidextrous top-mounted safety. All 590 Shockwave models also feature a convenient magazine clean-out cap, a drilled and tapped anodized aluminum receiver, a cylinder bore barrel with a single brass bead sight and sling swivel studs.

A Talo Distributors exclusive, the 590 Nightstick features a black anodized receiver, a matte black barrel and magazine tube, and is equipped with a hardwood bird’s head grip and corncob forend. It weighs 5.2 pounds and has an MSRP of $539.

The 590 Shock ‘N’ Saw features a breacher muzzle, a black anodized receiver, a matte black barrel and magazine tube, a Shockwave Technologies Raptor polymer bird’s head grip, an aluminum M-LOK-equipped forend, and signature Mossberg chainsaw foregrip. It weighs 6 pounds and has an MSRP of $560.

The 590 Shockwave SPX features a breacher muzzle, a black anodized receiver, a matte black barrel and magazine tube, a Shockwave Technologies Raptor polymer bird’s head grip, a heatshield, an aluminum side saddle with seven polymer shell-holder units, allowing for positioning of extra shells on either side of the receiver, and a top-mounted Picatinny rail. It weighs 5.75 pounds and has an MSRP of $560.

With an overall length of 26.37 inches, the BATFE (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) has classified the compact 590 Shockwave platform as a “Non-NFA Firearm,” requiring no tax stamp for transfers.

For more information on the new 590 Shockwave models, go to mossberg.com.

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