Mesa Tactical has added the Mossberg 930 to the list of shotguns for which it offers the Urbino Tactical Stock System. In designing it for the Mossberg 930, Mesa had to redesign the recoil spring system for the shotgun because the factory system was too long. With its new design, Mesa was able to drop approximately 2 inches off the length of pull when compared to the factory stock. The new stock system comes with all the hardware needed to install it, including a new recoil spring.
Made from injection-molded glass-filled nylon, the Urbino has a “tactical” 12½ inch length of pull (LoP) for enhanced weapon control and use with body armor; optional field-adjustable cheek riser to provide improved cheek weld when used with optics; optional Limbsaver butt pad for greater shooting comfort, especially during long training or certification courses; shock-absorbing over-molded rubber grip to reduce shooter fatigue; and a variety of standard and proprietary sling mounting options.
As with other shotgun models, the Mossberg 930’s factory stock is too long for tactical applications, and demand for a new version of the Urbino stock for the Mossberg 930 was immediate and strong. Like all Urbino stocks, it is 100% made in the U.S.A., available in black, and has a limited lifetime warranty. Production models will be available in the spring of 2014, pre-orders are currently being accepted. In addition to the Mossberg 930, Urbino Tactical stocks are also available for a variety of today’s most popular shotgun models including the Remington 870, Remington semi-automatics, Remington Versa Max, Benelli M1, M2, M3, M4 and Benelli SuperNova.
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