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I recently picked up a 590 Shockwave 20 gauge and fell in love with the Raptor grip. (https://www.survivalistboards.com/sh...d.php?t=914730 )

I decided to try a Raptor grip (made for the 870 Remington) on my H&R Pardner Pump Protector, replacing my Hogue Tamer grip.



I really like the Tamer but wanted to see if the Raptor was a step up.

As it turns out, it is, at least in my opinion.

After some range time today with the Raptor, I found that I not only shoot a lot more comfortably but also found that the grip angle made it easier to shoot accurately. The only downside was that the one I got did not have the stud for the sling. Hopefully I will be able to correct that at a later date.

Here they are together. Not really a lot of difference between the two of them.
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When I first fired a 12 gauge with the Shockwave grip, I really liked it!

I'd had some passing interface with the more traditional handle and at the time, the Shockwave was a great improvement in comfort and recoil management.

Now that I've been shooting pistol grip 12 and 20 gauges more frequently (every two weeks or so) I've become accustomed to the noise and formerly awkward management of the guns and the grip doesn't make much difference to me, except to meet overall length requirements of the firearm.
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I like the birds-head grip, very easy to manage the initial shot and get a quick follow up at the range. And the noise from the short barrel... everyone turns and looks.
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I like the raptor grip, as for the shockwave I want one in 410...
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I like the raptor grip, as for the shockwave I want one in 410...
Charles Daly has one, I know the Remington TAC14 is #12 & #20 only like the Shockwave.

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Sportsman's Guide has a good deal as well.
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The BH grip has revolutionized the short shotgun at least in my eyes. I never liked the PG much after shooting 50 or so slugs.
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