If you own a Remington 870, Remington 11-87, or Remington 1100, and you want better accuracy when shooting slugs, then you will want to upgrade your weapon’s factory sear spring with the lighter spring. You can read about Remington factory sear springs available in previous review: Remington 870 Sear Springs (Light Pull, Standard, Police (Heavy))

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Remington has made gas-operated shotguns since the 1950s. Their very first one manufactured was the Model 58 semi-automatic shotgun. This shotgun line enjoyed a fair amount of success between 1956 and 1963. But then, they built a better gas-operated shotgun which reduced recoil a lot more. This model was called the Remington Model 1100. It was first introduced in 1963 and has been manufactured ever since. The three most common gauges manufactured for this shotgun are the 12-gauge, 28-gauge, .410 bore and 20-gauge.

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The Blackhawk Knoxx SpecOps Gen III is a premium stock upgrade for the Remington 870 shotgun that you don’t want to miss. If you’re new to shotguns and still using the factory stock that came with your Remington 870, then you know how the recoil feels each time you fire. With the Knoxx SpecOps Stock Gen III, this recoil you would normally feel will be reduced a lot.

You can read review of the previous SpecOps Generation here: Knoxx SpecOps Stock Review

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Remington 870, Magpul Furniture, Breacher Choke, Red Dot Sight:

Remington 870, Magpul Furniture, Breacher Choke, Red Dot Sight
Remington 870, Magpul Furniture, Breacher Choke, Red Dot Sight
Remington 870, Magpul Furniture, Breacher Choke, Red Dot Sight
Remington 870, Magpul Furniture, Breacher Choke, Red Dot Sight

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If you are looking for a rifle with autoloading rimfire features, then you’ll definitely love shooting the Remington 597 rifle. This weapon is coined as being one of the most advanced rifles for autoloading rimfire that has ever been built. One of its biggest differences between other autoloading rimfire rifles is its bolt-guidance system which has two steel guide rails that give it enhanced stability. Not only that, but the rails make the weapon more accurate and reliable for the shooter as well. This makes the weapon suitable for virtually all kinds of shooting activities such as target shooting, hunting, and war situations. You may not hear too much about this weapon because a lot of novice shooters aren’t aware it exists. Remington does a good job of advertising their Model 700 rifles a lot more than their Model 597. But if you are not so comfortable with the Model 700, try out the Model 597 before you quit the Remington brand all together.

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Camouflage stocks for your Remington 870 shotgun can be useful for when you’re hunting in the woods. As you know, the whole point of camouflage is so it can visually blend in with its surrounding environment. By adding camo stocks to your Remington 870, the living targets you’re going after won’t be so quick to recognize you and run away. Fortunately, there are a few high-quality camo stocks for the Remington 870 that you’ll want to consider for this upgrade. Choose the one which suits your particular stock needs.

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