CDM Gear has rolled out a new version of their Wave Safety for Mossberg shotguns. The new Wave BT (Boat Tail) is similar in length but narrower than the original Wave. The idea behind these safeties is to make the safety easier to operate without adjusting your firing hand grip by extending the switch rearward. The extra width of the original Wave may be helpful for shooters with smaller hands while the Wave BT should be sufficient for those with larger hands.
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CDM Gear already has their MTRS light and sling mount in the works for the new Mossberg 590 Shockwave 20 Gauge. Like the 12 Gauge version, the new MTRS will feature 2 sling mounting loops and a light rail and is completely ambidextrous. It can be mounted with the light rail on either side of the shotgun. The bottom sling loop also serves as a hand stop.
The new MTRS for the 20 Gauge Mossberg 590 Shockwave will be released soon. Email 20gaugeshockwavemount@cdmg
CDM Gear’s new BT Wave (or Boat Tail Wave) safety is a new, slimmer version of their Wave safety for Mossberg Shotguns. Their Wave series of safeties are designed to extend the safety back on Mossberg 500 and 590 shotguns so that it can be more easily reached without shifting your fire control grip.
This new BT Wave is slimmer than the original so users with larger hands or those who want a safety with a smaller footprint than the original Wave may find this more to their liking. It shares the same aggressive stepped texture as the original Wave and also comes with a wrench and new bolt (pre-treated with thread locker) for installation.
The BT Wave will be available from CDM Gear later this month. The price is expected to be less than $25.
CDM Gear is about to release their MTRS Shockwave Light Mount for the Mossberg 590 Shockwave. The mount features two sling loops, one of which also serves as a handstop, and a short rail for mounting a weapon light. The footprint of this mount is optimized for use on the Mossberg 590 Shockwave.
They will be offering the MTRS Shockwave Light Mount as part of a special combo at a reduced price for those who sign up for their waiting list. The combo will include the MTRS Shockwave Light Mount and a Delta Wave Safety at a discounted price. You can get on the waiting list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most of you know you can find CDM Gear’s full line of light mounts and other weapon accessories at CDMGear.com or stocking dealers. What you may not know is that CDM Gear also has an Ebay store which is worth checking out because they list interesting items likes discounted blems, samples, and closeouts. There are some great deals if you quick on the trigger!
CDM Gear gave us a sneak peek of their upcoming MTRS Light Mount for the popular Mossberg 590 Shockwave. The MTRS provides two sling mounting options (for slings up to 1.25″ wide) and a rail section for affixing a pistol light the like the Streamlight TLR-1 shown in the image below. The rail can be placed on either side of the shotgun to accommodate right and left handed shooters.
The MTRS is designed to mount between the barrel and magazine tube so it can not rotate under tension. The mount is machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and will have a hard anodized finish.
These mounts should be available in July with an MSRP just below $40. CDM Gear doesn’t offer pre-orders but they will notify you when the mounts are available if you email email@example.com (notification only, no product questions will be answered at this email address).
The CDM Gear BC47 AK Light Mounts, that we recently gave you a sneak peek about, are now available.
These light mounts clamp to the barrel and provide a flashlight ring for for use with a 1″ diameter light. Their anti-rotation design ensures that they can not spin on the barrel and they have a hole to accommodate the cleaning rod.
There are two models available. The BC47-1 positions the light below the bore axis which may be more comfortable for those using a vertical grip. The BC47-2 places the light above the bore axis which may be more comfortable for those without a vertical grip.
CDM Gear is moving their BC47-1 and BC47-2 AK47 light mounts into production. These light mounts clamp to the barrel and provide a flashlight ring for for use with a 1″ diameter light. The mounts are machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and have an anti-rotation design so the mount will not turn on the barrel. They also have a cleaning rod hole so you can keep the standard AK cleaning rod on board.
The BC47-1 positions the light below the bore axis. The BC47-2 places the light above the bore axis.
These mounts will be available soon with pricing expected to be below $40.
I know a few of you have been following the development of CDM Gear’s new Mossberg shotgun safety. The time has come. It is now available.
The Delta Wave Mossberg Safety was, in the words of CDM Gear:
created to give you a little more reach and control when activating the safety on your Mossberg 500, 590A1, 903SPX and others. By creating a second contact and control point closer to the operator, the safety can be rocked on and off more easily without excessive reach or even taking your thumb off the safety. An aggressive ,wide and deep serration assures grip and control while the wide, curved rear deck increases contact awareness in questionable situations. This gives hunters, 3 gunners, security professionals and everyone else increased control in cold/wet conditions or when wearing gloves. Works with 12 ga. and 20ga. Mossberg shotguns with a top mounted safety. USA Made!
Check out the Delta Wave Mossberg Safety at CDM Gear.
You may remember our previous mention of the promising extended Mossberg safety that CDM Gear was developing. They have made major progress in the development of that safety since it was last featured on these pages.
We now know that it will retail for $19.95 which makes it competitive with other upgraded Mossberg safeties. We also know that the first batch has been anodized and is currently being tested by CDM Gear. These should be available at retail shortly.
These safeties are noteworthy for its shape that may allow it to be operated without breaking your shooting grip for some shooters. It also presents a large target for those who sweep the safety on and off with their finger tips much like an AK selector. It is both wider than the factory safety switch and it extends back toward the buttstock. It’s shape actually moves the switch back toward the shooter’s weapon-side hand by about one inch. The extra length and the extra width in strategic places, should make it much easier to reach.
Keep an eye on CDMGear.com for details.