Condor Shotgun Scabbard
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- - Designed for shoulder carry or mOlive Drabular mounting.- Webbing on both side with detachable attachment straps for ambidextrous usage.- Four D-ring locations for attaching the shoulder sling to accommOlive Drabate users' preference.
- - Removable retention strap with side-release buckle.- Padding around the whole scabbard to protect your shotgun.- Grommet for drainage.- Import
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My shotgun is an M500 with bead front sight and standard forend. The weapon fits snugly, and you do not have to use the retaining strap. But, you will need one hand on the weapon, and one hand on the scabbard to get it out.
The quality of construction is good, and I received (4) MOLLE straps to add gear if desired. I attached the Condor 25 shotshell reload pouch, and I am happy with the total setup.
I would buy this item again.
The jury is still out on this, but I think it will work.
Very well made. Quality stuff, at least as far as shotgun scabbards go. Designed for an 18.5 to 20 inch barrel.
As others have said, the fit is snug. Very snug. Snug as in "Hey, Bad Guy, hold the end of this thing so I can pull the gun out and shoot you". LOL
Although the gun with the tac light and sling does indeed fit (the shells in the sling hang outside). I've left the gun in it overnight and it seems to be stretching/loosening up a bit with time. Thinking about using a hunk of 4x4 wood post to jam in there for a couple days, I think that would accelerate the loosening.
However, that won't help the basic dimensions of the case. I had to take the reflex sight off to make it fit... there's simply no space for any type of optic. Bottom mounted tac light? Yes. Optic? No.
Furthermore, the remote switch for the light(mounted with two-sided tape on the forearm) gets rubbed off and/or bent during the push in or pull out. That's not so much a dig at the scabbard, but more of a reason for me to find some better two-sided tape.
Regarding the optic and making the scabbard fit, I'm getting prepped to do a little surgery on the scabbard in order to make things work. Snip about three or four inches along the topline with a scissors. Then I'll close up the the edges up with either thread and/or a heat-installed fabric tape. That'll give enough room to allow the gun with the mounted optic to fit... but the optic won't be fully enclosed in the scabbard, it'll just have fabric "ears" surrounding it. Shouldn't be an issue in the long run. Not sure what I'll do with the remote switch issue.
The scabbard has plenty of MOLLE straps to turn your 7 pound shotgun into a 22 pound hump monster. LOL I bought the Condor 24 round ammo pouch to go with the scabbard and it's nice and fits perfectly.
The shoulder strap is pure cheapo. If you've ever gotten a free duffle bag as a promotion you'll know what I'm talking about. Thin nylon and not even a swivel on the clips. There are a few different attachment points for the strap, but the weight distribution means it's impossible to carry it "barrel down" without holding the strap to keep the gun from flipping up into your armpit unless you go cross-chest carry. "Barrel up" is better, and this is where the retention strap around the grip comes into play. A nice extra touch.
PROS: Great build, quality materials, plenty of MOLLE attachment points.
CONS: Super tight and might need some major massaging to fit your particular setup. If you've got a plain-jane shotty you're good to go as long as you spend the time to get the scabbard worked in/stretched out enough to allow for easy-in/easy out.. but if you've got anything more on your gun, then prepare for some field surgery on it to make it work. Side saddles and offset-mounted lights or accessories are definitely No-Go, there just isn't enough room.