Received ZSM Flashlight Mount for Tactical Shotguns and Elzetta Flashlight. Mount is lightweight, looks very interesting, easy to install. Flashlight looks bad ass!

What I like is that it is not possible to scratch a shotgun using ZSM Flashlight Mount for Tactical Shotguns. It is made of plastic but holds magazine tube and flashlight reliably.

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The mount is especially designed for tactical operations. The mount places the rear sling attachment in front of the user. This allows shooters to shoulder their weapons quickly without becoming tangled. The mount also allows a single point attachment, or it can be used with a front sling mount for a two-point sling installation. The loop on the mount allows you to attach up to a 1 ¼ inch wide sling. The rear mount is installed directly behind the receiver in front of the butt stock.

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Times when barrel clamps were ugly are gone. When I saw the new sling mount by Magpul I thought that it is made of plastic because design was extremely good. Magpul forward sling mount for Remington 870 looks great and made of metal!

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Instead of taking your shotgun to a gunsmith to have sights or mounting brackets retro fitted, you can now install the Weaver No-Gunsmith Shotgun Mount yourself and add or remove the attachments as needed. The mount mounts easily if you follow the instruction carefully. The mount comes with Allen wrenches, washers, mounting screws and setscrew.

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Special offer from S&J Hardware: Remington 870 +2 & +3 Round Extension and Bayonet Mount Kits

Remington 870 Bayonet Mounting Kit with +2 Magazine Extension for just $148.74
Remington 870 Bayonet Mounting Kit with +3 Magazine Extension for just $165.75

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Having fast access to shells is important, especially when using a shotgun because you are limited to the number of rounds you can load. Firing until empty is not ideal so to make combat loading easier you can install a receiver mounted shell carrier or sidesaddle. With a little practice, you can combat reload as you fire a shell without losing your position. Typically, you can choose a four, six or eight shell carrier. Your hands when in the firing position are just inches from the shells.

Typically, an aluminum shell holder will also have a small rail for attaching sights and other accessories. The question many would have is will the shells stay in place. The last thing you want to happen is to have your shells fall out while you are in a tactical situation. Manufactures state the shells are secure even during vigorous movement and recoil will not knock the shells from the carrier.

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