Mossberg 500/590/930/935 Tactical Safety
The only short-coming that plagues these fine guns is the size and material composition of the safety - a complaint that is often voiced by owners of this gun. The material used in the stock safety is Plastic, which is known to be subject to wear and even breakage. The size is also an issue because of the positioning of the safety on top of the receiver. This may be an awkward reach for some shooters, who would need to release their grip on the stock, or worse yet accidentally fire the gun while trying to manipulate the safety. If the shotgun is configured with a handgun style stock, the problem is even more pronounced. In a crisis situation, that split second fumbling for the safety, could be the difference between a successful resolution or tragedy.
Our safeties are manufactured out of aircraft aluminum not plastic, more than doubling its strength, as well as its durability. Our safeties are the product of many hours of design and deliberation. They are oversized to improve their accessability by any size hand. In addition, they are able to be used in dual positions, depending on the shooter's preference. The difference between one orientation and the other is the shape.
Safety kit includes