Heads up, shotgunners: Mossberg has released its new FLEX conversion kits for the Mossberg 500 and Maverick 88 pump-actions in 12 and 20 gauge options, giving you a quick and easy way to adapt your scattergun to a variety of shooting applications. There are three Mossberg FLEX conversion kits available for each gauge, with all the required hardware included.
First up is the Stock and Forend Adapter Kit, which includes the FLEX TLS (Tool-less Locking System) stock and forend adapters only, but gives you the option to switch to FLEX accessory stocks, recoil pads and fronds on your Mossberg 500 and Maverick 88 shotguns.
Next is the Stock Adapter with FLEX Pistol Grip Kit, which encompasses the FLEX TLS stock adapter, as well as Mossberg’s FLEX pistol grip with a swivel stud and matte black finish. This option lets you convert your 500/88 to a Mossberg Cruiser platform for home defense, the press release says.
Lastly, the Stock Adapter Kit includes the FLEX TLS stock adapter only. It’ll enable your 500 or Maverick 88 to accept a FLEX stock and pistol grip for length-of-pull customization, or if you want to convert your hunting scattergun to a tactical shooter.
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There are 16 Mossberg FLEX accessory components available, as well as a huge line of Mossberg 500 accessory barrels which are also compatible with Maverick 88s. Included in the Mossberg FLEX system accessories lineup are three recoil pads that measure 3/4-inch, 1 ¼-inches and 1 ½-inches thick; four synthetic forends (three standard and one tactical tri-rail); and nine stock options. Shooters can choose from standard full-length stocks with ½, 13 ½ and 14 ¼-inch length of pulls; pistol grip; a six-position adjustable tactical stock; and a four-position adjustable dual-comb hunting stock. Forends and stocks come in matte black, mossy oak break-up infinity or realtree MAX-4 finishes.
To learn more about the Mossberg FLEX conversion kits and accessories, check out mossberg.com.
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