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TriStar Cobra Folding Shotgun Stock Accessory

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TriStar Cobra Folding Shotgun Stock Accessory, Also Fits Mossberg 500 
Total number of Reviews: 7

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1.0 5
"The first shell bent the butt backwards and all of the shells fell out of the holder. I am buying a replacement collapsible stock and removing the folding portion to keep the pistol grip for home defense."
4.0 5
"The first reviewer is right about the shell holder. it can not be used with the stock in the open position. All shells fell out with the first shot. But I don't see how any part of this item could be bent by recoil as he stated. It's built tough - good steel construction. I have not tried the plastic ATI top folder, but this Tristar unit does not feel at all cheap or flimsy as the ATI is often reported to be. Simply being robust is the best thing this stock has going for it. The worst part for me is that it is clearly NOT designed for the Mossberg 500. It mounts up well to the 500, but the pistol grip is set way too far back. There is about a half inch gap between the grip and the trigger guard making your reach to the trigger pretty lengthy. When shooting with the stock folded, I need to rotate my average-sized hand slightly forward to be able to comfortably cover the front of the trigger with the pad if my finger. When shouldering the weapon with the stock open, my grip is naturally in that forward position and it is far less of an issue. A bit of a silver lining is that I can just barely fit my index finger in that half inch gap and hit the action lock lever. I'm thinking of trimming the nub on the top front of the grip to make this easier. A couple other positive points: the base of the pistol grip is predrilled for a sling swivel stud and there is easy access to the 500's tang safety with the unit folded. In fact the majority of the top of the receiver is nicely exposed. Looks like it would easily function with ghost ring sights installed. I was also pleasantly surprised by the felt recoil. It's by no means comfortable to shoot, but with a wide variety of shells it wasn't at all painful as I thought it may have been. It's not perfect, but easily worth the $31 (looks like it just went up to $46). One other thing owners might consider - I bought a strip of cheap of plastic door edge trim from Auto Zone and covered one edge of the steel. it makes it much mo...."
5.0 5
"This stock is very well made, an excellent choice for someone looking for a good Remington LEO top folder look alike. You don't see too many metal top folders anymore."
5.0 5
"Only problem is the 2 bolts that came with it were wrong, one was too short but threaded nicely, the other the right size but had a fine thread. But i got my own, had to use a hex and take a dremel to the bolt's head and make a notch for a flat-head screwdriver to tighten the bolt down. All in all it was a perfect fit for the mossberg 500, i have a ghost right setup for sights, it has room for them and everything, i think its worth it. Solid Solid metal too!"
3.0 5
"put it on my mossberg 500 persuader, the pitch on the long bolt was wrong. The short bolt's thread was right but the bolt didnt even make it through the stock. had to counter sink it and use the small bolt. as for the stock its a nice stock, like the others said the pistol grip is slanted back to much the space between the grip and trigger is a little to wide, and the shell holders wont hold down with express buckshot ( ps kicks lika mule ). Overall it looks bad ass but u they could have done better"
4.0 5
"They have yet to make a top folding stock that fits the mossberg 500 and lines of shotguns, It fits but with a 1/2 inch gap between the pistol grip and trigger guard.The stock locks into the closed and deployed position with the use of a steel spring loaded button and has little wobble but when closed move's a bit. The butt plate has a rubber sleeve that will help to ease the kick a little, although it\uFFFDs thin. The pistol grip is larger than the ATI top folder but during shooting 00 buck it makes for a more comfortable and secure grip. The stock support arms are STEEL unlike the ATI brands which are synthetic. The finish looks to be a black matte powder coat. It looks mean, not rounded like the ATI. It has a 5 shot shell holder built in that holds the shells snuggly, some people complain about shells falling out while shooting but after testing the tightness of the wells I cannot see how that could be possible. It is also a lot slimmer than the ATI stock. The ATI Stock will add at least 2-3ins in width to your gun and looks stupid. The tri star stock comes with 2 Allen head bolt's which look about the same but one is a bit longer and larger in diameter. Be careful to use the correct one to avoid cross threading or stripping the treads on your receiver. The correct bolt should thread easily with little to no resistance. Hand tighten being careful not to over-tighten (the stock will have to be in the closed position to reach the bolt) with the supplied Allen wrench. After shooting the shotgun re-tighten the bolt. If you try to install the stock while the gun is stripped you will not be able to drop in the trigger housing. Overall this is a good stock, better than the ATI and cheaper! Not only does it make your scatter gun more tactical it also makes it more versatile. I give it 4 out of 5."
3.0 5
"I put this on my Mossberg Maverick 88. Fit fairly well, only two down sides is: 1) when the stock is folded over it's pretty loose and butt will not lay down by itself, I had to actually tape down the butt plate. 2) The extra shells sometimes pop out of the hold on the stock from the recoil of shooting."