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Youth Model Mossberg 505 - Want Pistol Grip/Adjustable Stock

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Long story short, a smaller woman (me) just purchased a Mossberg 505 Youth model in 20 gauge so that I can try 3 gun with a shotgun that fits me, to see if I like the sport before I commit to a race gun.  I can roll with it "as is", but thought that it would be super nice to have an AR style adjustable stock with hand grip.  It looks like there are options for the Mossberg 500, but not the 505, and they are NOT interchangeable without possibly an adapter that I need to research more.

Has anyone ever found such a replacement stock for a youth model shotgun in 20 gauge?  If so, what did you get and where did you buy it?

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I don’t know about the 505 but, I had an AR style stock on my 500 for a while. It gives great control but it kicks a little harder and it keeps you away from the safety.

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It might be worth a call to Magpul. Their shotgun stock gives a more vertical grip than is typical for shotguns and it's adjustable for LOP.

I know they make one for the 870 and some Mossberg shotguns, they might be able to tell you if their stock will go onto your 505.

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