Mesa Tactical Barrel clamp w/ Rail for Remington (12-GA)
Mesa Tactical Barrel clamps provide mounting points for Picatinny rails, weapon lights and sling attachments near the muzzle of a tactical Remington and Mossberg 930 shotgun.
The Mesa Tactical Barrel Clamp is designed to provide mounting points for a number of features, including the following;
- Picatinny Rails
- Weapon Lights
- Sling Attachments: Near the muzzle of tactical shotguns like the Remington 870 and Mossberg 930
The clamp is fashioned with a CNC machined, 6061-T6 aluminum for maximum strength while still being lightweight, corrosive resistant, and highly durable. It is Type III anodized according to military specifications. You’ll find threaded attachment points that feature the Timesert steel threat inserts which are robustly designed for a long life even with repeating mounting and subsequent removing of accessories.
The clamps also accept accessories that are manufactured for Mesa Tactical Stock Adapters that include the adapter mount rails designed by the company.
There is also an accessory mounting point for shotguns that do not have extended magazines. The mechanism itself is designed to deliver a very secure fit even under recoil conditions. In addition to the clamps, Mesa Tactical also supplies MIL—STD-1913 Picatinny rails designed for tactical shotguns. You can find Picatinny rails very useful for mounting optics, lights, lasers, and more.
Currently, the Mesa Tactical Barrel Clamps are designed for the Mossberg 930 and Remington 870 shotguns since the offer the same dimensions. It has proven difficult to respond to demand that includes other barrel sizes because of the overall effort required for a smaller market.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Solid Product, imperfect fit
I have a 1983 Remington 870 and it has a 20" "Deer Barrel" which is smooth bore and has rifle sights. This clamp (it's a barrel clamp, this page has it incorrectly titled as a magazine clamp) is a bit too loose for my barrel. I called Mesa Tactical and talked to them, and they suggested using some heat resistant electrical tape to thicken the barrel under the clamp. That worked, and because this is a home defense gun, I don't care if it looks a bit amateurish. But be aware of this, it is designed for the newer tactical barrels.