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Just thought I would share this with you all I have in the past made a few guns darn near recoilless...... .308win target rifle that kicks like a .223 and my new Savage 210f that used to pound me into the dirt now feels like a 20ga

I removed the recoil pad and insirted almost 2 pounds of lead shot susspended in silicone
inside a doubled up surgical glove.....the weight alone helps reduce about 30% and the silicone takes the harmonics out of the recoil shock wave......simple adds a little weight but
actually makes your gun more accurate honest....and it is nice to watch the impacts through the scope without the use of a muzel break .....I shoot umm lets just call it gov. long range:D like 1 KM long range and I am not able to use MZ brakes at the institution where I train!
 

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Funny I have a 10ga NEF turkey gun. It is heavy. At one time the stock came just a bit loose. I took the plate off and believe it or not there was a steel bar in a hole in the stock. I would guess it was a pound or two. The recoil is stout but not nearly as bad as the Mossberg will deer slugs.

Did you put the shot and silicone in your Mossberg 500 and if so was there an open area in the stock for the weight or did you have to bore a hole?
 

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I have an aftermarket stock on the Mossy sorry I don't remember what the stock looked like on the original.....the bar in the 10ga is a capped both ends hydrolic filled tube...the silicone workes even better then the hydrolic or mercury filled tubes and can be used the same way
silicone then shot back and forth till its full and then cap it!
 
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