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I wish the forend on my Versa Max was not quite so big  I just noticed that Mesa Tactical has a replacement part  I assume this would fit I'm my VM Tactical

Does anybody have any experience with the Mesa Tactical Mohawk forend for Versa Max?

specifically is it any slimmer than the OEM?

here is the link

https://mesatactical.com/products/mohawk-forend-for-rem-versa-max-12-ga-black/

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Looks very Tacticool, don't know how practical it might be! 

 

I smoothed out the forend on my Versa to ease quad loading but if it's the width/bulk then it may work. 

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Sounds like Tooth and Nail is going to be releasing a custom Versamax forearm specifically for competition in the near future.

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I'll be watching for the Tooth and Nail product. Hopefully soon. 

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Any chance T&N does something up for those poor 930 guys at some point?

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On 1/27/2017 at 8:21 PM, 12Bravo said:

Any chance T&N does something up for those poor 930 guys at some point?

 

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The poor 930 guys have an option, but it requires a donor Mossberg forearm.

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On 1/27/2017 at 10:21 PM, 12Bravo said:

Any chance T&N does something up for those poor 930 guys at some point?

 

We have talked about doing handgaurds for other platforms. We may look into them in the future. Currently we are still in the development phase on the VM. After we finalize everything we may look into other models.

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I tried grip tape on my VM last year.  I lasted about 14 rounds before I had to take it off, it was ripping up my hands.  Has anyone tried this carbide grip surfaces on a shotgun?  I'll admit that I have a desk job and work on computers all day long so much hands don't have tough skin.

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I did 60 grit on one of my buddies VM hg. He dry fires religiously 30 minutes each day. He said for that it was too rough so he started putting masking tape over it for dry fire. He said for matches the grit was perfect. We have done 80 grit as well which is even more mild. I run 36 on my pistol.

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Interesting.  I was using home hardware store grip tape, no idea what number rating it would be.  How are you guys applying regular sand paper to guns?

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I was just going to ask this too because I think I could use some on my m&p. 

Dont mean to hijack thread in different direction. 

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Not using sand paper. Using 36 grit silicon carbide and epoxy. Same stuff people use in rock tumblers.

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if anybody replaced their forend, I'd be interested in buying the original one. 

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Josh I just ordered a VM hg today. Are there any issues with drilling holes for a match saver? Any place that I need to steer clear of?

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i'm interested in reading some reviews also.  close to pulling the trigger on one myself.    

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I have one and I've tried to get it to go on and it just won't fit. 

 

It's a very expensive desk ornament at present.

 

 

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