Strike Industries Valor of Action Handguard - Mossberg 500/590 - FDE

Manufactured by Strike Industries
Manufactured by Strike Industries
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The Strike Industries VOA handguards are the first ever full aluminum foregrips made for the Mossberg 500, 590, and 590A1 12 gauge shotguns. This upgraded forend provides 10 M-LOK slots to mount your favorite accesorries, front and rear handstops to keep your your hand firmly in place, enhanced contours for improved ergonomics, and an enhanced length for easier pump action. The VOA's design won't interfere with sidesaddles. High quality materials, excellent design, and Strike's signature style make the VOA handguard an excellent upgrade to your favorite shotgun.

  • Compatible with Mossberg 500/590/590A1
  • Flat dark earth anodized
  • 6061-T6 aluminum
  • 10 M-LOK attachment slots
  • Drop-in installation
  • Includes mounting hardware
  • Weight: 6.6 ounces

Note:Not compatible with 14" 590 Shockwave, 500, 535, Maverick 88, and AOW models.

Strike Industries products are designed by shooting experts for the shooting sportsman. They have anything from AR-15 parts and accessories to Glock components so you can completely customize your set up no matter what you run. Their complete line of innovative products come in a huge variety of colors and finishes so you can not only customize function, but personalize your look. You can’t go wrong with Strike Industries.
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Accessory AttachmentM-LOK
BrandStrike Industries
ColorFlat Dark Earth
FinishHardcoat Anodized
MaterialAluminum - 6061-T6
PlatformMossberg Shotguns

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Strike VOA Handguard for Mossberg 500


Strike Industries says you can't use this with a heat shield but I have. After removing the barrel I lightly tapped the bottom of each side of the shield curving it inward around the barrel. It now clears the handguard with plenty of room. I used my armorers soft faced hammer.