Mossberg introduces new 590 Shockwave variant into lineup with 410 Bore model

The Shockwave is not a NFA item, according to Mossberg. (Photo: Mossberg)

Mossberg expands its series of 590 Shockwave shotguns, debuting a new, lightweight, low-recoil model chambered in 410 Bore.

The latest pump-action Shockwave offers a 14-inch barrel capable of tackling 2 1/2 and 3-inch loads with its heavy-walled, cylinder bore barrel design. Atop the barrel sits a single bead sight. The shotgun continues its features with a Raptor pistol grip and strapped fore-end along with sling swivel studs. With a six-round capacity, the .410 variant weighs in at just 4.24-pounds.

Mossberg says the Shockwave measures in at just over 26-inches, but is ATF approved and classified as a “Non-NFA Firearm.” This prevents owners from having to apply for a tax stamp prior to transfer and ownership.

“Defined as a firearm, not a long gun, Federal Law does require the purchaser of a 590 Shockwave to be 21 years of age,” Mossberg said in a press release. “Mossberg was the first manufacturer to bring these 14-inch barreled, non-NFA firearms to the marketplace and now offers three 12-gauge models, a 20-gauge option and the new 410 bore from which to choose.”

The new Mossberg 590 Shockwave in .410 Bore retails for $455.

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