Hogue Stock and Forend for Remington 870 Review
This is updated review of the Hogue stock and forend for Remington 870.
I use ShortStock with 12″ LOP which makes shotgun compact and increases mobility in close quarters. Hogue shortstock is a shorter version of the standard stock and makes your shotgun compact and easier to handle. Short LOP stock may not fit shooters with longer hands. Also, you need to find proper position of your strong hand because you may hit your nose with your thumb. But after several shots you will forget about this problem forever.
Hogue suggests to use the shortstock with body armor or winter clothing.
Recoil pad is nice and soft. Rubber finish ensures very good non-slip grip. The pad doesn’t have holes for the screws, so you will need to add some oil to insert a screw driver into the pad (see installation video below).
Material and texture of the Hogue stock and forend are unique and assure excellent feel and a non-slip positive grip. Hogue rubber finish is much better than plastic on other stocks/forends.
One of the advantages is that it is very comfortable to hold this stock/forend even in cold weather.
Hogue forend is a very good choice, it is very comfortable and handy. This forend is short and will work with a 6-shot sidesaddle.
Hogue Stock and Forend Installation on Remington 870
Hogue stock and forend are very easy to install and installation takes just 10-15 minutes. This video will help you to install stock and forend:
I still think that this is one of the best stocks for Remington 870 shotgun. This stock and forend is a good upgrade for any tactical, competition or home-defense shotgun.
The price of the Hogue stock and forend set is about $80. You can get this set from many shops.
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