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they should make a chainsaw rail accessory for that.imagine the zombie carnage?i do admit i felt like doing a tim the tool man grunt when i held would need to be belt fed to have some real fun.
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I have one of the earlier 590's that I bought years ago. Plastic trigger guard and safety. It's marinecote finish with the speedfeed stock and bead sight. I have the 590A! parkerized with speedfeed stock, ghost ring sights, heat shield. It's in the safe and hasn't been fired much. I keep the older 590 in the house. Although I'd rather have a metal trigger guard, the plastic one doesn't bother me much. This shotgun hasn't failed me ever. I also replaced the magazine spring on both with Wolff springs, plus keep a few for just in case. That's the only issue I've had with the Mossy. The spring took a "set" and lost some of it's power. I also mounted a Lumaforce LMT-1 flashligh on it. It's 500 lumens and does a good job at lighting up the night.
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Originally Posted by Waldlaeufer View Post
The point is, that still most people think metal is more solid than plastic.

And from my knowledge the only 590 model still featuring a metal trigger guard is the 590A1.

If you would hear what the plastic haters say, my Glocks and H&Ks would have bursted years ago...

The 590A1 is the ONLY model that ever featured the metal trigger guard and thicker walled barrel. And IMO the heavier barrel has horrible balance to it.
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