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Although the shotgun does a great job on it’s own, there are some accessories that will greatly improve your capability. People like to load up their guns with a lot of accessories that add weight but not much functionality. Here are 4 accessories you actually need: Part 1: 6 Reasons You Need One Part 2: Choosing Gauge and Type Part 3: Choosing The Gun Part 4: Understanding Loads Part 5: Myths Explained Part 6: Cleaning and Maintenance Quick Navigation Best Survival Shotgun Accessories: Must-Haves Shotgun Sling Shotgun Stock Carrier or Sidesaddle Shotgun Weapon Light Shotgun Extra Shell Carrier Best Shotgun Accessory: My Choices Best Survival Shotgun Accessories: Must-Haves At a quick glance, here are our top picks: ACCESSORIES FEATURES SureFire WeaponLight - Shotgun Forend Favorite Shotgun Light Easy drop-in install 600 lumens of white light Check Price on Brownells.

Survival Shotgun: Accessories You Actually Need in 2020 (Part 7 of 7)

Survival Shotgun: Accessories You Actually Need in 2020 (Part 7 of 7)Although the shotgun does a great job on it’s own, there are some accessories that will greatly improve your capability. People like to load up their guns with a lot of accessories that add weight but not much functionality. Here are 4 accessories you actually need: Part 1: 6 Reasons You Need One Part 2: Choosing Gauge and Type Part 3: Choosing The Gun Part 4: Understanding Loads Part 5: Myths Explained Part 6: Cleaning and Maintenance Quick Navigation Best Survival Shotgun Accessories: Must-Haves Shotgun Sling Shotgun Stock Carrier or Sidesaddle Shotgun Weapon Light Shotgun Extra Shell Carrier Best Shotgun Accessory: My Choices "Best Survival Shotgun" Accessories: Must-Haves At a quick glance, here are our top picks: ACCESSORIES FEATURES SureFire WeaponLight - Shotgun Forend Favorite Shotgun Light Easy drop-in install 600 lumens of white light Check Price on Brownells.com Check Price for Mossberg Version Check Price for Remington Version Paracord Gun Sling Favorite Sling for Shotguns 17 inches of 550 Paracord 2-point sling Check Price on Amazon.com TacStar 6 Shot Sidesaddle Favorite Shell Holder for Remington Holds 6-shots Black, unbreakable, corrosion resistant polymer Shellholder Check Price for Remington Version Check Price for Mossberg Version Safariland Shot Shell Holder, 12-Gauge Favorite Extra Shell Holder Hooks to your belt. Holds two rounds. Quick access. High-quality plastic. Check Price on Amazon.com Shotgun Sling The best for a shotgun is a two-point sling. Three-point slings are too complicated and single point slings are impractical for running, climbing, or moving through brush. You will most likely be using your shotgun either on quick security checks or long patrols; a simple two-point sling is best suited for both missions. A side-mounted sling is best, you can find side sling mounts by GG&G or Specter Gear . Also make sure to check out the sling below; it looks great, has high-ratings and is affordable: Sale TLO Outdoors Paracord Gun Sling - Adjustable 2-Point Paracord Sling Rifle,... Over 17" of HIGH QUALITY, 550 PARACORD with ADDITIONAL 1/4" EXTRA WIDTH and LEATHER TLO LOGO PATCH 2-POINT sling ADJUST EASILY with HIGH QUALITY, METAL BUCKLES and SWIVELS adjusting from 33" to 44" See Price on Amazon Last update on 2020-08-14 at 06:28 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API Do You Have Concealed Carry Weapon Insurance? Self-defense can land you into major legal battles, or even jail . USCCA provides top-class CCW insurance plus training for you and your family at $22/mo with $2,000,000 in coverage. Join USCCA "Shotgun Stock Carrier" or Sidesaddle You need a way of keeping an extra reload on the shotgun such as a sidesaddle or buttstock carrier (or both). One of the main weaknesses of the shotgun is firepower; magazine capacity is low and reloads should be carried on the gun so they are always available. Look for good Buttstock Carriers by No products found. , Eagle Industries , Specter Gear and Uncle Mike's . Good Side-saddles, receiver mounted ammo carriers, are made by: Tac-Star ( Remington Version and Mossberg Version ) Vang Comp Systems Mesa Tactical ( Remington Version or Mesa Tactical SureShell shtogun shell carrier for Mossberg 500/590... ) Side-saddles are not recommended for Mossbergs with aluminum receivers because over time recoil can cause the pins to deform the action. This is also true to a certain extent for Remington guns, but it’s not as pronounced. Side-saddles made by Vang Comp and Mesa Tactical have mitigated these issues by using different approaches to the problem. I’d still recommend using loctite on the screws and witness marks to be sure the screws aren’t backing out from recoil. "Shotgun Weapon Light" Target identification saves lives, and a tactical bright light can actually deter the use of lethal force. The best are made by SureFire and are integrated into the pump: Remington Version and Mossberg Version . The newer models have unbreakable LED bulbs that stand up to recoil, run hours on a set of batteries, and batteries will stay stable in the light for 10 years. However,  SureFire is a premium solution, so that may not be for you. Streamlight is another source of lights and mounts for shotguns. Mesa Tactical offers a Magazine and Barrel Clamp that can be used to mount a 1″ light like a SureFire 6P directly to the barrel.  GG&G are offering replacement fore ends with a rail for use as a light attachment. The key is to use a quality light and mount that will hold up to recoil and rough handling. See the recommended shotgun weapon light’s: Sale SureFire DSF-870 Ultra-High Two-Output-Mode LED... See Price on Amazon Sale SureFire DSF-500/590 Ultra-High Two-Output-Mode... See Price on Amazon Last update on 2020-08-14 at 06:58 / Affiliate links / Images from "Amazon Product Advertising" API Shotgun "Extra Shell Carrier" Efficiency is key. Safariland sells a belt clip mounted shot shell holder that is concealable and holds a quick two rounds. There are a huge selection of modular pouches for use with shogun shells, which may be practical but not very versatile, unless you plan on having multiple rigs. A shotshell card, like the Jones Tactical SSH-01 can be used in conjunction with an existing rifle rig or But Out Bag . They are slim, have hook Velcro on the back, and can be zip-tied to things like pack straps for expedient ammo setup. You can even put loop Velcro on your shotgun and use them as a side-saddle. All-in-all, the Safariland belt clip is recommended: Safariland 080-12 "Shot Shell Holder" , 12-Gauge Package length: 5.334 cm Package width: 10.668 cm See Price on Amazon Last update on 2020-08-14 at 11:18 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API "Best Shotgun Accessory" : My Choices If I could only pick two accessories, I’d chose a shotgun weapon light and a quality No products found. .  A sling is nice, especially for those long walks around the ranch, but target identification and having a reload on the gun is more important. What’s important for you is getting quality accessories and having them work together reliably for you as a team to help round out your weapon system. Top Photo by: mr. smashy Other interesting articles: Henry .410 Lever Action Shotgun: Survival Shotgun Review for 2020 Remington TAC 14 Shotgun Review for 2020: Survival Shotgun 7 Best Ruger 10/22 Accessories and Upgrades for Survival in 2020 Survival Shotgun Part 8: Mossberg M500SP Loadout

Sig Sauer P365 9mm Compact Review

Sig Sauer P365 9mm Compact Review

Advertisment The SIG P365 was likely the biggest drop of 2017. Shortly before SHOT Show, 2018 SIG dropped a press release showing their new 9mm gun. The gun community itself was on fire with the little gun. It promised to be as small as guns like the Glock 43 and even some smaller .380 pistols , but offered ten rounds, with the option for a slightly extended 12 rounder. SIG was even diving in behind the gun’s launch with high-quality holsters released at the same time the gun would premier. That same weapon is the focus of this Sig P365 Review. The SIG P365 was stacking up to be the biggest and most impressive concealed carry pistol we’d seen in a while. However, the gun had some issues when it launched. Reports of broken firing pins , bad night sights , and other small reliability issues made the rounds. SIG halted production, fixed the problematic guns and promised to iron out the problems. Now, we are sitting almost a year since the gun’s release, and the question is, is it any good? Let’s dive into our "Sig P365 Review" and find out. Contents Sig P365 Review: Overview Specifications Features The Sights Fit and Finish Ergonomics On the Range Sig P365 Review: Rating Each Category Sig P365 Review: Parting Shots Sig P365 Review: Overview As we said above, the P365 is designed to be a concealed carry pistol. Not only this, but it’s also designed to be a high quality, affordable option for people of all sizes, backgrounds, and more. The gun’s ability to hold ten rounds of 9mm is an impressive feat for just how small it is. On top of that, SIG designed the P365 to be very straightforward and simple to use. Sig named the gun the P365 because this is the gun you can carry no matter what and when, from light summer clothes to heavier winter jackets. You can carry the P365 at any time and in any place. Specifications I can still remember when I first read the SIG press release and checked the specs. The picture SIG released of the P365 had nothing for scale, so it was hard to grasp just how small the gun was for its relatively large capacity. Here are the specs. Barrel Length – 3.1 inches Overall Length – 5.8 inches Width – 1 inch Height – 4.3 inch Weight – 17.8 ounces The SIG P365 is a small gun compared to the competition, and overall it’s roughly the same size as the Glock 43. However, it holds 10 + 1 rounds compared to the Glock 43’s 6 + 1 rounds. Additionally, it offers a significant increase in capacity over other similar-sized platforms . Features SIG did a lot to create a well made and feature-filled gun at a good price. First and foremost, it’s a quasi-double stack gun. The gun was more or less built around the magazine. The magazine is very similar to a coffin style magazine downsized for a small concealed carry gun. SIG includes two of them with the P365. One is flush-fitting, the other has a small pinky extension. As I mentioned before, a 12 round magazine also exists. The SIG P365 comes with SIG’s XRAY3 sights. These are both day and night sights. The Sights The front and rear sight have brightly glowing vials for when the lights get low which I adore. The front sight also sports a bright green ring around the glowing vial. This is designed for daylight shooting and works well. It catches the eye well, and the green color is eye-pleasing. The gun features a SIG rail, which is proprietary and only works with SIG produced items. Proprietary anything is a downside to me, as I would like something like the TLR8 on my small guns. This is a minor downside, but I’m unlikely to attach a light to a super compact gun anyway. The SIG P365 does not have an external safety or trigger safety. The lack of a trigger safety gives you a very comfortable trigger for those high volume shooting days. The chamber sports a small viewing window to see if the gun has a round in the chamber or not, so press checkers should feel comfortable. Fit and Finish The gun’s slide is made from stainless steel and coated with a Nitron finish. The finish results in a smooth-looking, smooth-feeling, extremely corrosion-resistant gun. This finish is great because this gun is designed for carry and is small enough to hold tight to the body. This means it will be exposed to sweat, so the corrosion-resistant finish and design are a must-have. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I hate large rollmarks across the sides of my guns. I also hate wearing branded clothing, so maybe its just me. The SIG P365 lacks any of SIG’s brand Rollmarks, and all you have is a simple P365 on one side of the slide. The polymer frame is well made, and there is only one small seam alongside the back of the frame. It’s subtle, and you have to look to find it. The grip has an aggressive texture to it, which we’ll talk about in ergonomics more. However, the composition also seems to attract dirt which can stain the grip, which occurred with my own P365. Ergonomics The SIG P365 is well thought out when it comes to ergonomics, especially for a small gun. It features a high undercut in the trigger guard which allows you to get your hand higher on the grip. With the pinky extension magazine, it fits my whole hand—just barely, but it fits. I got big hands, so keep that in mind. The gun has both front and rearward serrations that make racking it in different ways easy. The slide lock is textured and has a scallop that makes it easy to push down with the thumb. The thumb permanently sticks to the slide lock for easy upward and downward manipulation. The grip is very comfortable and fits the hand very well overall. I like the texturing, and I never find it uncomfortable. The magazine release is reversible for right or left-handed use. It’s a triangular button that’s quick and easy to press. SIG is big on advertising the fact this is a 10+1 gun, and a lot of firearms advertise a +1 regarding capacity but in play make it nearly impossible to accomplish. Some weapons won’t load with a full magazine, and the slide closes with a round in the chamber. The P365 has no problems loading a full magazine with the +1 loaded. The P365 has learned a lesson or two from past SIGs. On the Range The SIG P365 is a fun gun to shoot, and it’s a comfortable gun to shoot. It doesn’t slap the hand like a little kid’s high five. The P365’s design makes it comfortable to shoot. Small guns are always small guns, so it does have some noticeable muzzle rise and flip as you shoot. I have some of SIG’s P365 branded ammo which is designed for lower recoil and seems to be the perfect ammo for this gun if the muzzle rise is too much for you. The large sights are a Godsend when it comes to this gun. They are hardly any smaller than a full-sized combat pistol. This makes them quick and easy to use and easy to put on target and score hits with. The front sight is very easy to focus on, and I was constantly surprised at how far I could move back and still score. At 50 yards I was still hitting with decent accuracy on small targets. My steel popper rang more than I thought it would at long-range with a small handgun. The trigger itself is nice. It has some pre-travel to it before you start hitting the resistance. Once you hit the resistance, the trigger pull is a little longer than you’d expect, but not bad. The reset is very short, and the tactile and audible nature of the reset is very apparent. Like most small guns, the SIG P365 hates me when it comes to reloads. My paws place pressure on the magazine baseplate, and when I hit the magazine release, the magazine often gets caught on my hand. This prevents it from dropping free on occasion. I have to alter my grip to allow the magazine to drop, or I can pull it out. This problem isn’t unique for our Sig P365 review, but it sucks nonetheless. The gun has a nice rear extension that I wouldn’t call a beavertail, but is close enough to it. This extension prevents slide bite. Slide bite is something I experience quite a bit with small guns, especially guns like the Glock 43. Sig thumb is a thing with this gun. By Sig thumb I mean, when I use standard thumbs forward grip, the thumb rests perfectly on the slide lock. This means the slide lock is held down and the slide doesn’t lock when the gun runs empty. This is a problem I have with SIGs in general, from the P220 to the little 365. The ejection port is massive, and you have plenty of room to guarantee ejection and minimize the chance of a failure to eject. Overall the SIG P365 isn’t perfect, but it is one of the most comfortable shooting sub-compact guns on the market. Its high capacity and well-thought-out design makes it fun to shoot and easy to train with. Sig P365 Review: "Rating Each Category" Looks: 4 out of 5 The SIG P365 is a good looking gun. It’s simple, attractive, and doesn’t rely on an external gimmick to catch your eye. While it’s not crazy, it’s plenty distinguishable from the current lineup of other 9mm, striker-fired polymer frame guns. Ergonomics: 3 out of 5 The gun is very easy handling, and the controls are placed perfectly for right-handed users. The magazine catch is reversible, but that’s about it for lefties. Additionally, the placement of the slide lock is a real pain since its held down if you use a proper thumb forward grip. The grip is comfortable, the trigger undercut is brilliant, and the gun is fun to shoot and easy to train with. Accuracy: 4 out of 5 In terms of small guns, its very accurate and I keep going back and forth on the final score. The gun is very accurate, even at extended ranges. The great sights and trigger contribute to the gun’s overall accuracy and precision. In practice, it’s not hard to put lead on small targets at long ranges. However, when compared to a full-sized gun, it can’t keep up for long-range shooting with speed. Reliability: 4 out of 5 My standards for reliability are simple. A 4 out of 5 means the gun hasn’t failed under normal conditions with normal ammo. The P365 is a reliable little shooter, even with garbage Eastern Bloc steel cased ammo. To get a 5, the gun needs to be put under severe stress and tested with dirt, debris, and in general lots of torture. Torturing the gun simply hasn’t happened, and it’s not needed for a concealed carry pistol. Customization: 3 out of 5 The SIG rail opens up the possibility of adding accessories, and SIG has released the Foxtrot365 laser and light series. Additionally, companies are producing aftermarket triggers, a red dot mount, and more. Holsters are widely available for the gun, and the aftermarket is certainly growing but isn’t up to Glock’s nutso aftermarket. Price: 4 out of 5 The MSRP is 599.99, but you can find them for around $499 right now. It’s still a little pricey, but you do get a lot of gun for that price. The inclusion of metal night sights, an excellent trigger, and the high capacity design makes it well worth the price of admission. Sig P365 Review: Parting Shots The SIG P365 is a great gun, and it’s not only easy to carry, but fun to shoot. The gun’s capacity places it a step above other guns in the market. The P365 is easily the most compact 9mm housing ten shots or more. The design is brilliant, and after a rocky road in the beginning, the SIG P365 reviews to be the revolutionary concealed carry gun we’ve always wanted.

[Review] Liberty Home Concealment

[Review] Liberty Home Concealment

Trending: Best Places to Buy Ammo Online and [Buyer's Guide] 7 Best AR-15s Want to keep your guns or valuables in plain sight ? Liberty Home Concealment Clock But still quickly accessible if needed? "Liberty Home Concealment" Flag, Open I review two options from Liberty Home Concealment that I’ve been testing over the last few months. Table of Contents Loading... About Liberty Home Concealment They are a family-owned business that makes everything in the US.  For a long time they were creating concealment options for other brands, but now they have their own line. They reached out to me last year and sent me two concealment options for me to test. One of their most popular options is their American flag . Liberty Home Concealment Flag But I opted for something more discreet… Concealment Clock Liberty Home Concealment Clock, Fireplace This is Liberty’s Mantle Concealment Clock ($109).  I got it originally in unfinished color. Painting Liberty Home Concealment Clock And stained it myself.  I thought about doing some crazier color but decided against it and went with something very natural.  Unless you know you want a color that’s not listed (and they have a lot)…I’d get it done from them. The concealment option has a lock inside that is opened by a little magnet doohickey at the right spot. Concealment Lock Mechanism, Opening He is it in action: And inside is some nice foam that you can either leave alone or cut to your handgun. Inside Liberty Home Concealment Clock I’m still deciding which to leave in there so it’s currently uncut.  Good thing is that there’s enough space to leave it alone too.  Just note that whatever you put in there then will be on the bottom (thanks gravity). You can also choose to have the locking mechanism on or off. "Concealment Lock Mechanism" , Inside Overall I really do like the clock…it’s aesthetically pleasing, smooth to open, and hides whatever handgun I can throw at it.  Time keeps well too. Liberty Concealment Mirror I’m pretty excited about the Concealment Mirror ($375), though it’s sadly been discontinued by Liberty at this time.  Although a little on the expensive side when compared to Ikea…you get something actually useful and that can hold a long gun. Liberty Home Concealment Mirror This one is their Cherry color and ended up really matching our floors…so the wife is happy! It works the same way with the magnetic key.  I had to make a minor mark on the wood so I could remember where the lock was. And for this one I cut away the foam. Inside Home Concealment Clock Mirror It’s a little more space at the top so I can retrieve it more quickly…and I’m swapping between shotguns that have a more traditional buttstock. Here it is in action: Note that for my mirror I ended up having to press in to fully lock it…and to press it in to release. Mirror is distortion-free and there’s also plenty of space inside at the top for ammo or valuables. By the Numbers Reliability: 5/5 After I figured out I had to press to release the mirror…everything has worked 100% reliably. Looks: 4.5/5 Wood looks great and the stains really bring out the grain.  Cherry color was true to what was shown on the site.  Only nit-picky thing is that I’d wish the clock face had more robust hour and minute hands (I bent one of them when painting and had to bend it back). Customization: 4/5 Lots of colors for the wood…and also many options for flag based concealment. Bang for the Buck: 4/5 Reasonably priced for something to conceal your guns and valuables.  Quality and heavy build for the mirror. Overall Rating: 4.5/5 Conclusion If you decide to go with concealment options for hiding your guns, "Home Concealment Clock" is a great option.  They’ve been making them for a long time and there’s a lot of things to choose from to fit any home decor and budget. Check out more locked options with Best Bedside Gun Safes and Best Biometric Gun Safes .

A Look at Armalites New ARs

A Look at Armalites New ARs

/* custom css */.td_uid_2_5f379cb89087f_rand.td-a-rec-img { text-align: left; } .td_uid_2_5f379cb89087f_rand.td-a-rec-img img { margin: 0 auto 0 0; } The originator of the AR platform has turned its popular M-15 SPR Mod 1 system into what it's calling a “Family of Calibers.” The originator of the AR platform has turned its popular M-15 SPR Mod 1 system into what it's calling a “Family of Calibers.” ArmaLite’s Mod 1 carbine started as a .223/5.56mm carbine built around a one-piece upper receiver/rail system with exclusive detachable side and bottom rails. This year, ArmaLite is introducing the SPR Mod 1 6.8mm SPC II and the SPR Mod 1 7.62X39mm ArmaLite’s SPR Mod 1 6.8 is especially well-suited to hunting, according to the company. It is powerful enough to meet the minimum energy requirements of many states for taking medium sized game such as deer. Related GunDigest Articles Gallery: Great New ARs for Shooters Gun Raffle to Support a School? Christensen Arms Introduces Gen 2 ARs At the same time, the 6.8mm is lighter than the 7.62×51, reducing the weight of ammunition carried into the field. As part of the AR-platform family, this carbine is also more versatile and ergonomic than traditional hunting models. The Mod 1 6.8mm is built with the ArmaLite-developed mid-length handguard and gas system to provide the best in form and function. ArmaLite’s SPR Mod 1 7.62X39mm provides all the flexibility of the Mod 1’s one piece upper receiver/rail system but now for the world’s most available cartridge. The original AK-47 was built to use this cartridge. The ArmaLite designed mid-length handguard and gas tube technology provides an optimal gas pulse to power the 16″ system so reliability is never an issue. More on the SPR Mod 1 Platform The SPR Mod 1 is forged, one-piece upper receiver/rail system with exclusive detachable side and bottom rails. The SPR Mod 1's three o'clock, six o'clock, and nine o'clock rails are detachable. That's so you can change your 1913 rails to fit your changing needs for sights, lights, lasers, grips or swivels.

Modern Shooter: The Proper Defensive Handgun Grip

/* custom css */.td_uid_2_5f379d01c25b0_rand.td-a-rec-img { text-align: left; } .td_uid_2_5f379d01c25b0_rand.td-a-rec-img img { margin: 0 auto 0 0; } From pistols to rifles, it's all about positioning and working to get a grip on this week's episode of Modern Shooter. Best Starter Kit for Concealed Carry: S&W M&P 9 SHIELD $394.96 guns.com Safariland IWB Holster $43.99 brownells.com Safariland Duty Belt $88.99 brownells.com SnagMag Ammo Pouch $LOW! gundigeststore.com Disclosure: Some of these links are affiliate links. Caribou Media Group may earn a commission from qualifying purchases. Thank you! Get a grip! It’s not just good advice for those who have a tendency to lose their cool, but it also provides the perfect foundation of effective defensive pistol craft. When the chips are down, a solid and proper grip initiates an entire sequence of movements that, in the end, can ultimately wind up saving your life or those of your loved ones. Related GunDigest Articles Modern Shooter: Behind The Scenes At Turnbull Restoration Gear Review: The Blowback Laser Trainer Gear: Gun Control System Maximizes Gun Storage Phil Massaro delves into the minutia of grip, presentation, efficient kinetics, body position and much more on a recent trip to Double Eagle Tactical Training in this week’s Modern Shooter. The defensive shooting school, located in New York’s Catskill Mountains, specializes in rigorous, true-to-life situational training. Essentially, the concern hones armed citizens’ decision-making skills to a razor's edge. But as the above clip shows, they also ground students in the fundamentals of combat handgunnery, ensuring that when the decision to use righteous deadly force is made, it is fully executed without flaw.

M-Pro 7 Now Availalble at Everyday Low Prices

I was at Wal-Mart the other day perusing the empty ammo counter. Well,one thing they do have in stock is 12 guage slugs in case you swing that way, but what caught my eye was the gun oil selection. I found something called M-Pro 7. I purchased it instead of Break-Free to test it out. Looking at reviews online it appears it has a few fans. My initial thoughts are that it feels slightly slicker than Break-Free CLP. I have high hopes that it can live up to expectations and out-perform CLP. I will be testing this stuff out in one rifle to compare to another using Break-Free. Hopefully results will be noticeable after a few months. Share: Google Twitter Facebook Pinterest Reddit More Tumblr LinkedIn Pocket Email Print

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Although the shotgun does a great job on it’s own, there are some accessories that will greatly improve your capability. People like to load up their guns with a lot of accessories that add weight but not much functionality. Here are 4 accessories you actually need: Part 1: 6 Reasons You Need One Part 2: Choosing Gauge and Type Part 3: Choosing The Gun Part 4: Understanding Loads Part 5: Myths Explained Part 6: Cleaning and Maintenance Quick Navigation Best Survival Shotgun Accessories: Must-Haves Shotgun Sling Shotgun Stock Carrier or Sidesaddle Shotgun Weapon Light Shotgun Extra Shell Carrier Best Shotgun Accessory: My Choices Best Survival Shotgun Accessories: Must-Haves At a quick glance, here are our top picks: ACCESSORIES FEATURES SureFire WeaponLight - Shotgun Forend Favorite Shotgun Light Easy drop-in install 600 lumens of white light Check Price on Brownells.