The forend is an important component of the Mossberg 500 and 590 shotguns. This is the part you use when performing the pumping action with your weapon which results in new shells being loaded into the chamber. You’ll want to have a forend that’s easy to grip no matter what kind of environment you’re in. Whether you’re in law enforcement or merely an avid hunter, the outdoors can become very moist and your hand could easily slip if the forend is not made out of the right material. Fortunately, you won’t have to stress over finding the right forend any longer because the Hogue Forend for the Mossberg 500 and 590 makes gripping the weapon a snap. That is why more military and law enforcement officers are upgrading their Mossberg 500s and 590s with Hogue Forends
The Hogue Forend is coated with a rubber finish that makes it easy to grip, regardless of whether or not you’ve got gloves on your hands. The rubber is made with pebble-like textures to enhance the user’s gripping ability even more. Underneath the rubber finish is a reinforced fiberglass polymer material which gives the forend its extreme durability. This means you could literally drop your weapon onto the ground or accidentally bang into trees and it’ll still be able to take the damage. In addition, the weather conditions of the environment won’t be a problem because the polymer will be able to resist heavy winds, snow, rain, or whatever other debris is thrown at it. Between the polymer and the rubber finish, the Hogue forend will give users everything they could ever want in a suitable forend for their Mossberg 500 or 590.
The price of the Hogue Forend for the Mossberg 500 or 590 is $22.99. Users are encouraged to also purchase the matching Hogue Stock that is made out of the same material as the Hogue Forend. Most shotgun users like to have their stock and forend feel the same because these are the two areas that they will be touching and gripping the most. That is why a textured rubber finish makes all the difference in the world when it comes to stabilizing the weapon with your hands and aiming it at your target. The Hogue Stock is sold separately from the Hogue Forend, so you don’t have to make the decision to purchase both right away. Start out with the forend and if you like it, consider purchasing the stock.
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