I am the very satisfied owner of a Mossberg 930 SPX and I am at the crossroads of deciding what route I want to take with "modding" the weapon.
Should I keep the PG stock I have currently and get a "tacticool" shell carrier and sh*t?
Or should I order some wood furniture and keep it classy?
I would still mount a simple light mount on it since it's my primary HD weapon, but I wouldn't get any other cluttered accessories on it if I opted for the wood.
Dafitch, I've never seen one with wood furnature before, looks great.
OP, I do kind of like the wood on that 930. I think another option is only having a wood butt stock and leave the black forearm. I've kind of always liked that look on some rifles.
April 24, 2012, 01:09 AM
I like it the way it is with the synthetic stocks.
That's how it was designed and I'd leave it alone.
Maybe tacti-cool it up a little with a light, bayonet, maybe a rail system, etc...
It's a tactical gun. Don't ruin it.
If you want wood, that's fine. I think it's pretty on some guns.
But I'd choose a different gun like an 870 or something for that.
April 24, 2012, 01:11 AM
On that gun, stay plastic. It is workhorse, not a showhorse and dressing it up won't change that.
I'd never put wood on a Benelli M1, 2 or 3 Super 90 either for the same reason.
It's just not right.
April 24, 2012, 03:49 AM
I like the look of wood on a shotgun. I also hate pistol grips on a shotgun. Id go for it personally.
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