Mossberg 930 Tactical Goes to Blackwater

DESPITE all the advances in technology and evolution of society,…

DESPITE all the advances in technology and evolution of society, the fact remains that for centuries evildoers have understood and recognized the authority of the shotgun. Since human nature is a constant, this fact is not likely to change anytime in the near future. From the Old West to the Roaring 20s and Prohibition and on to the modern streets of Chicago or Fallujah, the authority of the 12 gauge shotgun is difficult to argue.

mossberg2.jpg While the basic configuration of the shotgun remains the same: large, smooth bore tube attached to a stock and firing mechanism, the actions or operating systems, as well as practical accessories for them, continue to advance and evolve. As I began this review I was sitting in the airport waiting for my plane. The smell of burnt propellant powder was fresh in my nostrils; the carbon and dirt only recently washed from my hands.

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  • Alex E

    I own a Mossberg 930 SPX. After few hundred rounds no problems whatsoever. It take all types of ammo in the same group at the same time no adjusting the gas block like a FN SLP, extremely accurate and reliable. Now the new 930 Baclwater is just the icing on the cake. I may sell mine for a Blackwater, then get a Blackwater Sig p226 WOW ! who said Blackwater is out of business… is the new cool

  • steve

    choate makes a pistol grip for the 930 and since its a choate it’s ugly as hell like all the crap they make….

  • Zeroth

    Yes, I have searched too. No luck. Just have to settle with stock stock.

  • mike

    Looking for a M4 style stock or pistol grip for this model. I bought one but it also didnt have the rail or ghost ring sites. Trying to fix mine up for a breach/ tactical shotgun looking for info? In the military now 10 years…
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