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Can the pistol grip on Mossberg Home Defender be changed.

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by brj1, Nov 5, 2007.

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  1. brj1

    brj1 Member

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    I would like to by my family a Mossberg Home Defender .410 shotgun. But I hate the pistol grip that is on it. Is this something that can be easily changed. I have never owned any shotgun before and know nothing about this.

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    BJ
     
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  3. brj1

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    I think the stock is the back of the gun isn't it. This is actually the part you pump. Is it still that easy.

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    Sorry, I didn't understand the part you were talking about, I do now..

    The pistol grip forearm can be changed, too.

    Replacement forearms are sold on www.e-gunparts.com for $15.15, search for p/n: Item No. 65010

    You may even be able to trade forearms with someone here looking for the PG forearm...

    Here is a video for disassembly of a 12GA model 500, the .410 should be similar...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKbWcPdTRBI
     
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    Another alternative is to buy the "cruiser" model and swap out the pistol-grip-only stock for a regular stock.
     
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