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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by OkieDokie1982, Mar 3, 2012.
Remember that when your attorney bills hit 5k
Saw a lot of them being carried and sold at the Wannamacher. As many time as the ATF has sent in undercover agents to trick, trip and coerce dealers into illegal transactions at gun shows, you would think they would have arrested those carrying or selling the shockwaves.
I want one...... bad
I have shot short shotguns with no stock and they are terrible for hunting.
If you just want a cool around the house gun I suppose it would be good.
I like to shoulder my shotguns.
If you try and shoulder or look down the barrel sights of a pistol grip shotgun and pull the trigger you will get a thump to the face that will bring you to your knees.
Hip shots only.
All the reading I did seems to point to it being legal.
I say if ya want one go get one.. MY A5 Browning will run circles around it in any situation just saying.
Well except for shortest shotty wins then the A5 will be the loser.
What a shockwave can be turned into. It took five months, but was well worth it.
Not sure if it was covered later, but as of November 1st the Shockwave is fine in Oklahoma. If this was covered, I apologize.
Oklahoma SB 24: This Act amended multiple definitions of the State code to clarify that pistol grip only shotguns (e.g., Mossberg Shockwave or Remington Tac-14) are not “short barreled shotguns” under State law. This Act takes effect November 1, 2019.
just don't put the wrong pistol grip on that bad boy.
I saw that they redefined what a sawed-off shotgun is. Certainly looks like the Shockwave and the Remington counterpart are now fine to own in OK.
Now I need a mossberg nightstick. I had one of the shock waves in 20 ga but sold it.