Adaptive Tactical Releases Receiver Mounted Shell Carrier for Remington and Mossberg Pump Action Shotguns.

Nampa, Idaho (June 2016) –Adaptive Tactical, LLC, manufacturers of innovative firearm stocks and accessories, has released its new Receiver Mounted Shell Carrier, available for both Remington and  Mossberg pump action shotguns. The first product in a series of upcoming product launches focused on convenient shot shell storage, this simple and sturdy design allows for quick access storage of up to six 12 gauge shells right from the side of the receiver. Ideal for home defense, sport shooting and law enforcement use, the Receiver Mounted Shell Carrier is up to the task and ready to perform in the harshest of conditions. The Receiver Mounted Shell Carrier is a natural line extension from the ultimate shot shell carrying system – the Sidewinder Venom.

The shell carrier is made from durable, flexible non-glare chemical and weather resistant synthetic rubber that will flex to securely hold shells without losing its shape over time. This easy-to-install and nonpermanent design will keep shells close to the receiver for faster reloads while reducing the risk of snags. The streamlined, lightweight Receiver Mounted Shell Carrier features a shaped mounting plate which fits closely to the receiver’s contours.

The Receiver Mounted Shell Carrier for Remington Shotguns is compatible with Remington 870, 1100 and 11-87. The Receiver Mounted Shell Carrier for Mossberg Shotguns is compatible with Mossberg 500, 88 and 590. Both Carriers are 6.75″ long and weigh 5.3 oz. (152 g.).

For more information on Adaptive Tactical, visit www.adaptivetactical.com or “Like” them on Facebook and “Follow” them on Instagram. For more information on Adaptive Graphx or StōnCamo, visit www.adaptivegraphx.com and www.stoncamo.com.

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