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New stock for a Mossberg

Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by Historian, Nov 21, 2010.

  1. Historian

    Historian NRA Benefactor Lifetime Member

    Ok i'm confused. Perhaps should have not read the stuff I did....because now...i don't know what stock to get.

    What's the deal on short and long actions on Mossbergs? I have a stock I'd like to replace on an field grade Moss. 500. The shotgun was purchased about two years ago.

    What I'd like is a standard police ribbed forenend.

    What's the deal?
     
  2. No difference on the stock, but there is a difference on the forearm.

    Havlin Sales explains it on their web site: http://www.havlinsales.com/ click on the link to Modern Shotgun Parts.
     


  3. Historian

    Historian NRA Benefactor Lifetime Member

    Right! I think I got it figured out. Anything with a serial number before the letter K is a long action...

    This is confusing. I sent an email to Mossberg to confirm it.