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Remington 19420 Magazine Extention Kit 870

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Model: 19420
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 76114
 
UPC: 047700194202
 
MFG: Remington

Remington 19420 Magazine Extention Kit 870
Remington 19420 Magazine Extention Kit 870

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2 shot, 18" Parkerized Extension Kit


$42.26
$42.26
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Reviewed By: on 01/03/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

What can be said about a magazine extension really? It has been 100% reliable, and matched the finish on my 870P.

Reviewed By: on 03/12/2018
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

Fits perfect, matches the finish. Was a little beat up out of the box and came with instructions for a rail mount and not the mag extension. Luckily there are directions on the back if you're unfamiliar with the process. Something that should be noted is that if you have a newer 870 with the plastic magazine spring holder (most express it seems) then this will not work for you unless you either file, punch, or dremel out the detents in your magazine tube. It's not hard to do with a Dremel but make sure you cap your magazine tube off at the receiver with a rag or something unless you want metal shavings up in your trigger and bolt.

 
 
 
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