Increasing the Shockwave’s splash via Aguila Mini Shells (VIDEOS)
By Chris Eger
The only thing better than a 6-shot Mossberg 590 Shockwave is one sporting a brace and stuffed with 9 Mini Shells. Paul Markel with Student of the Gun has just such a set-up in the above short and it looks like a blast. He also got an aftermarket adapter (it looks like an OpSol Mini-Clip) to help with feeding issues.
In case you missed the memo, Aguila has been making 12 gauge Mini Shells for the past several years and currently offers them in buck, bird and slug loadings. Measuring just 1.75 inches long rather than the traditional 2.75, they take up less real estate in a tubular magazine which translates into more capacity without getting an awkward tube extension.
Guns.com’s very own Chase Welch has the low-down on the shells below while a full review, should your desire to know more intensify, is here.
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