Mossberg 590 Shockwave 12 Gauge Pump-Action with 14 inch Barrel

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Product Description

The brand new 590 Shockwave 12 Gauge offers Mossberg's legendary pump-action reliability in a compact 14" barreled package.

The Shockwave Raptor bird’s head pistol grip is uniquely shaped to minimize felt recoil. Includes all the features that have made Mossberg pump-actions the choice for millions worldwide: ambidextrous safety, dual extractors, positive steel-to-steel lockup, twin action bars, and a smooth operating anti-jam elevator.

The 590 Shockwave is classified as fully-compliant by the BATFE, so this model requires no Tax Stamp for transfers. Be sure to check local laws to determine further compliance. Returns due to non-compliance are subject to additional shipping and return fees. Must be 21 years of age or older to purchase.

Firearm Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Mossberg
  • Model: 590 Shockwave
  • Gauge: 12
  • Capacity: 6
  • Action: Pump
  • Barrel Type: Heavy-Walled
  • Barrel Length: 14"
  • Sight: Bead
  • Choke: Cylinder Bore
  • Barrel Finish: Matte Blued
  • Weight: 5.25 lbs
  • Length: 26.37"
  • Item Number: 50659
  • UPC: 015813506595

Customer Comments

Customer Reviews

(5 out of 5) Shockwave is a winner.
by from Rocky Mount, NC on

As always, SOSS shipped this item quickly and it arrived in perfect condition. To begin my day at the range, I loaded up 5 2.75" shells of #7 bird shot from Federal. I thought I had a firm grip on the shotgun, got a good sight picture and squeezed the trigger until I heard a boom. My weak hand was immediately jerked off of the fore-end and the recoil made my right hand slide forward on the raptor grip until it stopped on the sharp safety lever. That may have been the most painful experience I have ever had shooting some el cheapo Federal bird shot. Determined not to look bad in front of my wife, I racked the shotgun and loaded the next shell into the chamber. This time I had a much firmer grip on the shotgun and was prepared for the concussion that was about to erupt from the 14 barreled blaster in my hands. The next 24 shots were not bad at all, although I wouldn't want to shoot skeet all day with the Shockwave.

 After I had a good idea of what bird shot felt like, I loaded up 5 rounds of Winchester Super X 2.75" 00 buckshot. I prepared myself for a massive explosion and more pain while I gingerly squeezed the trigger. This is where the Shockwave surprised me. The recoil from the buckshot was not much worse than the bird shot. Again, I wouldn't want to shoot it all day but a couple shells into some dirt bags who just kicked in my door would be more than manageable. I fired a total of 30 rounds through my Mossberg 590 Shockwave today, and am very happy with it. I had 1 malfunction where the extractors ripped the rim of the shell off without pulling it out of the chamber. I contributed this to the 5 year old shell and not the shotgun as the rest of the ammo worked perfectly.

 If you are in the market for your first shotgun, this is definitely not a good gun for you. The recoil is massive compared to my Mossberg 500 and an inexperienced shooter could easily lose a hand or several fingers by not properly handling the firearm. If you have some time behind a shotgun and recognize the drawbacks of a short barreled firearm that cannot be shouldered, then take a look at the Shockwave. I think you will be happy with your purchase.

(5 out of 5) Hold on.....
by from Clinton Township, MI on

So, I knew when I first saw it I was going to get it. First thing I did before I even shot it was put some talon grips on it because I knew this was something that was going to require a good grip boy am I glad I did that. it kicks. It’s what 12 gauges do. I knew that going in. It does take a little getting used to, but after you get it down this thing is a beast and whatever you do, don’t let anyone tell you it has to be fired from the hip. You can look over the top of the bead sight without having it so close that you knock your front teeth out. Just hold on to it with a nice firm grip and you will be fine. We shot over a hundred federal slugs through it with no pain afterward whatsoever it was my friend’s first time shooting any 12 gauge before. He was absolutely amazed. He told me we didn’t bring enough ammo that day, so take from that what you will there’s a little curve to learning it, but I would say after that it would be one hell of a home defense gun.