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Remington 870 Marine Magnum 12g 18" Nickel
[5012]
$643.00
by Howard G Date Added: Friday 19 March, 2010
Shotgun comes totally assembled. Simple breakdown. first safety check, of course. You'll need a flat head screwdriver to loosen the clamp that secures the barrel to the mag tube extension and slide off. Then unscrew the magazine tube extention bolt and remove. Keep pressure on as you release the bolt as magazine spring and follower can fly out quickly. Bring fore-end to half position and barrel will pull right out. Then depress and hold the shell latch and slide the fore-end forward and off the magazine tube. Tap out the trigger retaining pins to release the trigger assembly. The whole operation will take less than 5 minutes. More like 2-3 minutes with a little practice..

My indoor range allows 12 gauge shot gun to be fired but only with game load shot shells and a minimum of 15 yards. I used Winchester Super X game load - 2 3/4", 1 oz , #8 Lead shot. Perfectly accurate as I peppered my target with 14 rounds. Action was very smooth and easy shell ejection. Recoil is moderately strong but manageable with a bit of muzzle flip. Now to find an outdoor range and shoot some 00 Buckshot and Slugs. I love this gun.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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