Can you add a magazine to a Remington 870?
There are even aftermarket adaptor kits that can convert an 870 into a box magazine feeder. While the detachable magazine shotgun may not be a new concept, it is fairly significant for Remington to offer such a thing. The 870 is seen by many people as the gold standard in pump shotguns.
What year was my Remington 870 made?
Remington Year of Manufacture Codes maybe found on the barrel of your Remington rifle [or shotgun] on the left side, just forward of the receiver. The next one or two letters are the year of manufacture.
Can a Remington 870 DM shoot slugs?
The sights work well with everything from birdshot to slugs and the Pica-tinny rail on the base makes attaching an appropriate optic a snap. Having sighting options on a shotgun still seems like a relatively new concept for some, but putting a red dot sight on this shotgun is an excellent idea.
Can you put a pistol grip on a Remington 870?
The molded-in grooves are of minor help at best. Now, a pistol grip does not make an 870 into a handgun, and maneuvering the gun with any pistol grip is best done with a hand on the fore-end. The Blackhawk grip does handle fine if the gun is held this way.
How old is Remington 870?
|Remington Model 870|
|Variants||Wingmaster, Express, Marine, SPS, SPS-T, XCS, Tac-14, Super Mag, MCS, DM, Tac-14 DM|
Where are Remington 870 Express made?
Ilion, New York
Millions of 870s have rolled out of the same factory in Ilion, New York, where they’ve always been made. The 870 passed the 10,000,000-made mark in 2009, and it’s the best-selling shotgun of all time.
What is a TAC 14?
The Remington Tac 14 is technically, a pump action, 12 gauge firearm. It’s not a shotgun, so technically it cannot be a short barreled shotgun. Because it’s over 26 inches it’s not considered concealable, and therefore not an AOW. The Tac 14 isn’t a shotgun because of the legal definition of a shotgun.