Hogue Rubber OverMolded Stock and Forend Mossberg 500 12" Length of Pull Synthetic Black

Product #: 911719 Hogue #: 05032 UPC #: 743108050323
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Hogue Shotgun Stocks are molded from a super tough fiberglass reinforced polymer ensuring stability and accuracy. These superior stocks are durable, weatherproof and non-slip. The grip of the stock and the entire forend are OverMolded with soft rubber for outstanding handling. Features also include ambidextrous ergonomic palm swells and a soft recoil cushioning butt pad.

This stock has a 12" length of pull which is shorter than standard. Mossberg shotguns with 6-3/4" forend tubes will require an adapter nut, product number 643889. Gunsmithing is not typically required for installation but may require various firearm-specific wrenches and other tools for stock and forend removal. In some instances the forend may not fit to the magazine tube. Hogue recommends the following fix: Using a Dremel tool, remove the ribs just inside the forend where the nut starts (approximately 1/4" down), this will allow the nut to slide down inside.

Note: Forend adapter nut 643889 will be required to install this forend if the shotgun's forend tube is 6-3/4" long
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