The short-barreled non-NFA Remington TAC-14 shotgun was a success and now Remington introduced semi-auto shorty.
Photos from my friend which loves motos and Rem 870 :)
14″ barrel and compact 26.4″ overall length, the Remington 870 TAC-14 is extremely maneuverable and delivers plenty of 12 gauge stopping power. Built on the proven, all-steel 870 receiver:
The Annual Warrior Competition is a combat-oriented competition that is based on physical ability, team work, communication and individual accuracy which takes place at the King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC) in Amman, Jordan.
It was very interesting to see that they use Remington 870 MCS during this competition:
Remington Outdoor Company has been manufacturing firearm products for close to 200 years now. Remington is best known for manufacturing handguns, shotguns, rifles, and ammunition for a variety of customers, including hunters, military, and police. Cerberus Capital Management is the company which currently controls Remington. It was recently announced that Remington filed for bankruptcy.
The company filed in a Delaware Court less than a week ago. The filing includes a revised plan for getting rid of the $620 million that Remington owes. This would help them payback most of the money they owe to creditors, but they will have to give a majority of the ownership interests in their company to certain lenders. Two of the big lenders here include JPMorgan Asset Management and Franklin Resources Inc.
Had a very nice training today. 200 rounds of birdshot! Getting ready for the World Shoot, 2018 which will be held in France in June.
Dear readers of the Rem870.com, I am happy to announce the next, 3rd Remington 870 Photo Contest. I will post a details in a week or so. Get ready and prepare your best Remington 870 photos!
Information about duration, conditions and prizes are coming soon!
On Jan. 31, 2017, the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) announced plans to buy and evaluate 600 12 gauge SkyNet Mi-5 shells from AMTEC Less Lethal Systems (ALS). If the Air Force was happy with the tests’ results, the service would have the option of buying another 6,400 rounds
The Air Force said it will fire the projectiles from its standard Remington Model 870 shotguns. For the cartridge to work properly, Airmen will need to install “choke tube” with rifling to the gun’s muzzle to get SkyNet spinning. The contract options also included a possibility of purchasing 100 of these add-on devices.
Merc6, a new member of the Remington 870 Forum posted nice before and after pics of his new Remington 870 Express
And another interesting competition! This time it was a home defense match. That means that you don’t know the exact number of targets and don’t know where they located. It looks closer to real life.