Painting Remington 870 Shotgun with Gun Kote

This is step by step instruction on how to paint your Remington 870 using Gun Kote:

1. Disassemble your Remington 870 shotgun:

Disassembled Remington 870, Ready for Sandblasting, Degreasing and Painting
Disassembled Remington 870, Ready for Sandblasting, Degreasing and Painting

2. Protect internal surfaces of the magazine tube, magazine extension and barrel using plugs:

Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs
Protect internal surfaces with plugs

Remove sights:

Remove rear sight before sandblasting and painting
Remove rear sight before sandblasting and painting
Remove front sight before sandblasting and painting
Remove front sight before sandblasting and painting

3. Remove old coating using sandblasting. Here’s how your Remington 870 parts are going to look like after sandblasting:

Remington 870 Parts After Sandblasting
Remington 870 Parts After Sandblasting
Remington 870 Receiver After Sandblasting
Remington 870 Receiver After Sandblasting
Remington 870 Barrel After Sandblasting
Remington 870 Barrel After Sandblasting
Remington 870 Barrel After Sandblasting
Remington 870 Barrel After Sandblasting
Remington 870 Magazine Extension after Sandblasting
Remington 870 Magazine Extension after Sandblasting

4. Degrease parts and put into the oven for 30 minutes:

Degrease Remington 870 Parts
Degrease Remington 870 Parts
Degrease Remington 870 Parts
Degrease Remington 870 Parts
Put Parts into the Oven for 30 Minutes
Put Parts into the Oven for 30 Minutes

5. Let them cool.

Let them dry
Let them dry

6. Degrease parts one more time before painting:

Degrease Remington 870 Parts
Degrease Remington 870 Parts
Degrease parts one more time before painting
Degrease parts one more time before painting

7. Paint stock and forend with KG Stock Kote:

KG Stock Kote
KG Stock Kote
KG Stock Kote Flat Tan
KG Stock Kote Flat Tan
Paint Stock with KG Stock Kote
Paint Stock with KG Stock Kote
Paint Stock with KG Stock Kote
Paint Stock with KG Stock Kote
Paint Forend with KG Stock Kote
Paint Forend with KG Stock Kote

8. Paint moving parts with KG Gear Kote:

Paint moving parts with KG Gear Kote
Paint moving parts with KG Gear Kote
Painting forend assembly with KG Gear Kote
Painting forend assembly with KG Gear Kote

9. Paint other parts with KG Gun Kote:

KG Gun Kote
KG Gun Kote
KG Gun Kote, Flat Dark Earth (Tan)
KG Gun Kote, Flat Dark Earth (Tan)
Painting Remington 870 Receiver with Gun Kote
Painting Remington 870 Receiver with Gun Kote
Painting Remington 870 Receiver with Gun Kote
Painting Remington 870 Receiver with Gun Kote

10. Put parts into the oven for an hour and a half:

Put parts into the oven for an hour and a half
Put parts into the oven for an hour and a half

11. Remove, let them cool.

Final Result:

Remington 870 Parts Painted with Gun Kote
Remington 870 Parts Painted with Gun Kote
Gun Kote Painted Stock
Gun Kote Painted Stock
Gun Kote Painted Remington 870 Receiver
Gun Kote Painted Remington 870 Receiver
Gun Kote Painted Remington 870
Gun Kote Painted Remington 870
Remington 870 in Gun Kote Dark Flat Earth
Remington 870 in Gun Kote Dark Flat Earth

You can buy Gun Kote on Brownells, click here for more information!

Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical

Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Duracoated Remington 870 Tactical
Recommended Product:
Duracoat Finishes
Duracoat Finishes
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Vitaly Pedchenko

My name is Vitaly Pedchenko, I started this blog and forum to share information, tips, photos, and advice about the Remington 870 shotgun, accessories, and upgrades. Now I also own AR-15 rifle and MP5 pistol caliber carbine. I am firearms instructor, competitive shooter and IPSC Range Officer. I participate in practical shooting and 3-Gun competitions because they are the best way for me to test equipment and upgrades under stress. I am member of the PRACTICA shooting club. I also participate in REAGO, which provides Tactical Combat Casualty Care training. The main purpose of the Rem870.com blog and forum is to have a compilation of information about the Remington 870 shotgun in one organized, accessible place.

6 thoughts on “Painting Remington 870 Shotgun with Gun Kote

  • 08.06.2013 at 18:52
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    Very useful and informative article, thanks a lot!

    Although I will probably be too lazy to do all these. By the way, how long did it take you to finish painting?

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  • 11.06.2013 at 16:23
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    Informative post and the end result is nice!

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  • 17.06.2013 at 12:11
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    Just curious, how stock cote will live on Hogue stock? I think it can fall off after some time because of overmolded surface?

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  • 31.12.2020 at 10:51
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    Hello-
    I bought a Remington semi automatic 10 gauge camo shotgun in 2005 and have experienced
    the camo paint covering to be very sticky to a point I can not hunt with it. Has this been a problem with this 10 s series came coated gun and who would I SPEAK TO ABOUT FIXING THE PROBLEM.
    THANKS.
    RICH FORD

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