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I just got a mossberg 500 pistol grip with io light and laser and the foregrip was installed with trirail from LGS. I like the pistol grip but.also want a stock I can shoot for practice at the range any suggestions Im thinking folding or folding and collapsible but idk I could always swap back and forth also its 18.5 barrel the front has a bead but no.other sight
do I need one I don't want to spend a lot of money on a stock I so any suggestions
 

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Why not just get a standard buttstock and keep it on all the time; if that's how you're going to practice with it, that's how you should keep it if you need to use it.

They're inexpensive, too.
 

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I also bought a Moss 500 at a gunshow a few months ago for a deal. Problem is that it has a Knoxx pistol grip, which is pretty kick-ass if you want to shoot it that way, but I need to get a standard shoulder stock on it just to get the hang of it. I have yet to shoot it, I've never handled a shotty before and I don't want my first trip to the range to be a disaster.
 

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I got a 500 a bit ago with pistol grip. I like a pistol grip for ergonomics, but not without a stock, so I put a side-folder on it. You can get fixed stocks with pistol grip as well.
 

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That's the buttstock I have on my 500.

I like the Cav Arms stock better, but at more than double the cost, I can live with the ATI.

I am still wanting to put a commercial diameter Magpul moe flat dark earth buttstock on it instead of the M4AR stock that comes with them.

The newer ATI Stirkefire stock use a redesigned grip and are much more comfortable in the palm too than my old one.

 

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I just picked up a Mossberg 500 with the ATI 6 position collapsable stock... really like it, but man, with the base rubber buttpad it wasn't too comfortable.... Putting a recoil-reducing buttpad on it soon. I love the collapsable 6-position stock though... highly recommended.
 
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