Mossberg’s semi-auto 930 SPX has developed a reputation for reliability among LE operators and 3-Gun competitors. It comes with fast sights, familiar controls and an 18.5-inch barrel ready for 3-inch shells. But to make it truly ready for LE duty, in the upcoming July 2013 issue of Tactical Weapons, author David Bahde has added some extreme upgrades. As he puts it, “With just a few additions, you can turn your SPX into a tactical machine suitable for any mission.”
First, he added an Elite Tactical Advantage Bobcat 930 tri-railed forend, which is lightweight, strong and allows for the addition of accessories like lights and lasers. For a light, he chose the SureFire M620V Scout. Next came more ammo. Bahde added a Mesa Tactical SureShell sidesaddle, which installs in minutes and holds four shells, and a two-round Sidearmor Forward Shell Holder. These additions make it easy to reload under fire. Lastly, he added sling-attachment points, a sling itself and a Leupold DeltaPoint for optics.
How well did this upgrade 12 guage handle at the range and inside a close-quarters shoothouse? To learn more, check out the July 2013 issue of Tactical Weapons, available on newsstands and digitally May 21, 2013. To subscribe, go to https://www.tactical-life.com/subscribe
Mossberg’s semi-auto 930 SPX has developed a reputation for reliability among LE operators and 3-Gun…
by Jorge Amselle / May 6, 2013