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This probably isn't a major issue, but I figured I'd ask anyway. While looking up into the receiver, it's obvious (more so in real life) that the elevator "leans" to one side. As a result, it rubs the inside of the receiver every time the action is cycled. Is it something that can be (or should be) fixed? Or is it just inherent to the rugged design of the Mossberg 590?



Here you can see that the parkerizing is starting to rub off, and I doubt I've even cycled this thing more than 150 times.



This is the other side, parkerizing still intact.

 

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Judging by the heat shield you have a 590 special purpose. They are matte blued and not parkerized. It is strange that yours is rubbing though. I have hundreds of rounds through mine and I don't have any rubbing on mine. Take it apart and just put it in and swing it around and see if it rubs. If so give Mossberg a call.
 

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Anything can happen at an event like that and you take your chances. I was in Old Bridge, NJ when Brandon Bernstein's top fuel car disintegrated and it was was a scary few seconds as parts were flying through the air.
Are you posting on the right thread?

Doesn't look right call C/S
 
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