SureShell® Aluminum Carrier For Moss 500 (Side Mount)
Our SureShell shotshell carriers retain ammunition reliably and, being metal, can withstand the rigors of daily use and abuse. Fabricated from aircraft aluminum, they feature an innovative rubber friction retention system and tough construction to endure years of use and abuse. Since their introduction, they have rapidly become our bestselling accessories, and an emerging industry standard.
SureShell carrier yokes are milled from 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum, then bead blasted and Mil-spec hard anodized for a rugged non-glare finish. SureShell yokes are secured to application-specific brackets, and some SureShell carriers include high temperature adhesive-backed die-cut rubber gaskets to protect the host shotgun’s finish.
SureShell shotshell carriers are available in three configurations: four-shell, six-shell and eight-shell. The six-shell and eight-shell configurations can be installed on the left side of the receiver, while the four-shell carriers can be installed on either side of the receiver.
The side mount scheme of our shotgun SureShell shotshell carriers for the Mossberg 500/590 substitutes two custom-machined steel Chicago screws for the trigger pin. At the front of the mounting plate, custom retaining steel hardware is used with an elongated extractor screw and a machined key hole in the plate. The Mossberg 930 mounting system is similar, except it uses two sets of Chicago screws in place of the two trigger pins. The mounting plate was designed not to obscure the receiver serial number to make it easier for armorers to inventory their weapons. SureShell shotshell carriers for the Mossberg fit on the left side of the receiver only. You must use a tactical forend that does not significantly overlap the receiver, or a factory forend that is cut down appropriately. SureFire forends will work fine with no alterations.
- THE BEST AND MOST DURABLE WEAPON MOUNTED SHOTSHELL CARRIER AVAILABLE
- INNOVATIVE RUBBER FRICTION RETENTION SYSTEM SOLIDLY HOLDS SHOTSHELLS IN PLACE
- MACHINED FROM 6061-T6 ALUMINUM
- HARD COAT ANODIZED MATTE BLACK
- MOUNTS VIA BRACKETS ATTACHED TO SHOTGUN OR VIA DRILLED AND TAPPED RECEIVER HOLES
- MIL-SPEC HARD COAT ANODIZED FOR A RUGGED NON-GLARE FINISH
- MOST SURESHELL ALUMINUM SHOTSHELL CARRIERS MOUNT DIRECTLY TO A SPECIFIED RECEIVER
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Great product, this is my third aluminum shell carrier, all fit the various firearms I installed them on. I would have given five stars except for one issue. The Allen wrench’s supplied with the mounting screws do not fit well enough to gain a good purchase. Lucky for me I have a ton of tools and had two of my own that fit.
I'm glad I bought this for my Mossberg 590A1T, with 20" barrel. It's almost exaggeratedly strong - I suspect it could be treated as a sledgehammer with no failure. Shell retention is excellent with no worries. The only complaint I have is one portion of the instructions: the part that describes how to use the rubber gasket that goes between the carrier and the shotgun itself. The printed instructions are ambiguous and unclear. I ended up cutting the gasket the way I thought it should be cut, and it works just fine. Despite that lack of clarity, I'd much rather depend on this carrier than some rubber contraption available elsewhere, especially if my life depended on it. I would recommend it to anyone.
If you are thinking about getting it you are already wrong...... get it you will not regret it......