Adaptive Tactical's New Saddle Mount Shell Carrier

Provide Secure Storage for Shotgun Shells with Adaptive Tactical's New Saddle Mount Shell Carrier

Do you have a Remington or Mossberg pump gun for home defense? Want to keep a few extra round of buckshot or slugs on board just in case? It's not a bad idea. Adaptive Tactical's new Saddle Mount Shell Carrier holds six shells while adding a pic rail to your favorite scattergun. It's made of lightweight aluminum with synthetic rubber shell holders...and they say it installs easily. Price: $93.99 MSRP. Here's their press release.

Provide Secure Storage for Shotgun Shells with Adaptive Tactical's New Saddle Mount Shell Carrier

Available for Mossberg and Remington pump action shotguns, the Saddle Mount Shell Carrier will keep six 12-gauge shotgun shells close to the receiver for rapid reloads.

Nampa, Idaho (January 2018) - Adaptive Tactical, LLC, manufacturers of innovative firearm stocks and accessories, unveils the new Saddle Mount Shell Carrier, available for Mossberg® and Remington® pump action shotguns, at the 2018 SHOT Show, held at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 23 - 26, 2018. Made from streamlined, lightweight aluminum, this easy-to-install, non-permanent design fits closely to the receiver's contours, keeping six 12-gauge shells close for rapid reloads.

Made in the U.S.A., the low-profile Picatinny rail design allows for use of factory bead site, as well as for optics and other accessories. The chemical and weather resistant synthetic rubber will flex to securely hold shells, yet will retain its shape over time. It is designed to fit the Remington 870, 1100 and 11-87, as well as the Mossberg 500, 88 and 590 pump action shotguns. MSRP $93.99.
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Born and raised in St. Louis, Dan is now a happy Texan, living in the Live Music Capital of the World. He’s been shooting guns for the last 25 years and writing about them for the last eight or so. While he finds pistols and rifles lots o’ fun, it’s shotguns that have always really floated his boat. He’s happiest breaking clays but has become a fan of duck and pheasant hunting, too.

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