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    Mossberg Shockwave question

    Would it be legal to replace the Raptor grip on a Mossberg Shockwave with a regular shotgun stock?

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    Doing that would give you the control you don't have with that useless no stock design too. Nothing is more useless than a shotgun with no stock.

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    Increasing the overall length of a firearm generally isn’t an issue under Canadian law. Modifications that result in a shorter firearm are where one usually tends to meet legal snares.
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    Yes , it would be legal as long as it meets the overall length of 26 inches , and has been assigned a FRT number . Some SBS's actually come with a birds head stock , and a regular stock as well as part of a package .
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