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1Mossberg 500 20 gauge persuader
« on: March 26, 2020, 06:25:23 AM »
My bedside defense gun.

Mossberg 500 20 gauge persuader 8 shot 20" barrel.
Elzetta ZSM light mount
Energizer 700 lumen aluminum light
Browncoat tactical 7 round shotgun cards
Soe gear single point sling
It also has a 2 point sling that goes with it. It's a quake industries the claw padded sling in mossy oak bottom land.
Limbsaver air tech pad for the fiance
Magpul sga stock
Tacstar aluminum side plate with rubber on the back side and velcro on the front.
NDZ performance red aluminum follower
NDZ performance safety in fde cerakote
Mossberg factory trigger fde cerakote
Mcarbo spring kit for the trigger.  (I've had no issues with these kits and recommend them to everyone.)

The gun is painted in kg kphos which is a phosphate like parkerizing and then kg gunkoted milspec od green and then baked.

It was done by xdman in Alabama aka James Nicholas

The furniture was painted in magpul fde kg gunkote and baked.








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Re: 1Mossberg 500 20 gauge persuader
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2020, 06:30:49 AM »



I put me a punisher logo on it.

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Re: 1Mossberg 500 20 gauge persuader
« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2020, 09:45:43 AM »
can't beat a shotgun for home defense. want a shockwave for under my bed. maybe after all this craziest stuff.
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Re: 1Mossberg 500 20 gauge persuader
« Reply #3 on: April 07, 2020, 06:32:49 PM »
Solid looking set up. I'm a big fan of shotgun cards. I have a few 5 round ones from SKD tactical, and I mounted one on the receiver of my Mossberg 500, just like yours.

How do you like that Elzetta mount?

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Re: 1Mossberg 500 20 gauge persuader
« Reply #4 on: Today at 12:21:32 AM »
Solid looking set up. I'm a big fan of shotgun cards. I have a few 5 round ones from SKD tactical, and I mounted one on the receiver of my Mossberg 500, just like yours.

How do you like that Elzetta mount?

I don't it moves under recoil. I've used antivibration loctite on the screws and rubber pieces to try and keep it from sliding. All a no go.

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Re: 1Mossberg 500 20 gauge persuader
« Reply #5 on: Today at 07:36:08 AM »
Solid looking set up. I'm a big fan of shotgun cards. I have a few 5 round ones from SKD tactical, and I mounted one on the receiver of my Mossberg 500, just like yours.

How do you like that Elzetta mount?

I don't it moves under recoil. I've used antivibration loctite on the screws and rubber pieces to try and keep it from sliding. All a no go.

Bummer. I've been looking for a low-cost, quick-detach light mount and light. I use my shotgun for trap shooting, but it wears a shorter barrel at home, hence the need for a removable mount.
 
If you have trouble with that mount on a 20 gauge, it would probably get rocked on my 12 gauge.


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Re: 1Mossberg 500 20 gauge persuader
« Reply #6 on: Today at 08:36:01 PM »
Solid looking set up. I'm a big fan of shotgun cards. I have a few 5 round ones from SKD tactical, and I mounted one on the receiver of my Mossberg 500, just like yours.

How do you like that Elzetta mount?

I don't it moves under recoil. I've used antivibration loctite on the screws and rubber pieces to try and keep it from sliding. All a no go.

Bummer. I've been looking for a low-cost, quick-detach light mount and light. I use my shotgun for trap shooting, but it wears a shorter barrel at home, hence the need for a removable mount.
 
If you have trouble with that mount on a 20 gauge, it would probably get rocked on my 12 gauge.

Yeah I followed the elzetta directions to a tee and used the proper 20 gauge adapter to get it to fit. Used the rubber pieces in the shims like they said and like I said used the anti vibration loctited with no luck. The only thing I haven't tried is red loctite but I want to be able to remove the elzetta for cleaning.