ZSM Elzetta Tactical Shotgun Flashlight Mount
The Elzetta ZSM Tactical Shotgun Flashlight Mount is designed to work with a number of weapons including, but not limited to the following;
- Benelli M1, Benelli M2, Benelli M4, Benelli Nova, Benelli Super Nova
- Mossberg 500, Mossberg 590, Mossberg 590A1, Mossberg 835, Mossberg 930 SPX (does not fit Mossberg .410 models)
- Remington 870, Remington 1100, Remington 1187
- Winchester Defender and many more
If the shotgun as 1 -3/4” of free space on the magazine tube or barrel, it should work with the Elzetta ZSM.
The Elzetta Shotgun Mount comes with sizing adaptors which provide this Shotgun Mount with the ability to hold flashlights from .7 to 1.05” in diameter. This means that you can use flashlights from popular brands that include the following;
- Laser Devices
- SureFire and more
The sizing adaptors are not required if you are using a 1” light such as the Elzetta ZFL-M60.
The Elzetta Shotgun Mount is designed for 12 gauge shotguns and uses gauge adaptors that can modify its use for 20 gauge as well as .410 shotguns (does not fit Mossberg .410 models). It can be mounted to either the left or the right side of the shotgun to accommodate left or right handed shooters.
Crafted from advanced glass-filled polymer, this material has already been well tested on the Elzetta ZFH1500 Flashlight Mount that is used for AR15 rifles. This material provides incredible durability, impact and scratch resistance and is very lightweight while being resistant to high temperatures, many different chemicals and vibrations.
There are heavy duty quick disconnect Sling Swivel Kits that are available for the ZSM Shotgun Flashlight Mount. In fact, each kit offers an industry-standard QD Sling Swivelthat is mounted in the low profile position opposite to the flashlight itself. All Elzetta products are designed, created, and made in the USA using materials, tooling, and labor all from America.
Features and Benefits of the Elzetta Shotgun Mount:
- Tactical flashlight mount for Remington, Mossberg, WInchter shotguns
- No rails required
- Constructed of glass-filled polymer
- Able to hold flashlights from 0.70 to 1.05 Inch in diameter
- Sizing adapters included
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The distinction between inferior quality and premium shotgun flashlight mount is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer Shotgun Accessories from the most trusted brands like Elzetta. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
elzetta zsm flashlight mount
an excellent product would recommend to anyone
great product, this is my second.
This fits the Remington 870 12guage great. And with an extended magazine Tube as well. It is hard plastic, but seems very sturdy and has not Moved a bit during firing.
Fit solidly on a Win 1300 with extended magazine tube.
Elzetta ZSM Tactical Shotgun Flashlight Mount
Comes with spacers to fit a range of barrel and extension tubes as well as flashlights. Holds light securely.
elzetta mount and rail
Awesome mount,little tricky to put on but once on it is very secure and fit well. I also got the picatinny rail and it puts my light exactly where I want it. Im very satisfied with this mount. I searched for about two weeks to find the best one and I think I did. The price is awesome as well.This went on a ATCAS 870. Ergonomics are great. I can easily switch my lgiht on and off.
Mount on 870 Police
Installed the ZSM on a used 870 Police Magnum. Fit was perfect. I liked the design's ability to work with the flashlight high or low on both right and left hand sides of the magazine. It is also mountef far enough away from be barrel but can still be close enough to the barrel ring to turn the light on without loosing a full grip on the forearm.