You are probably familiar with how Remington 870 shotguns are made with different gauges. The most common gauge in the model 870 is the 12-gauge. This measures the diameter of the barrel. But what you may not realize is the length of the shells is also as critical to consider as their diameter. If you have 3 inches or 2 ¾ inches shells then you need a magnum receiver that can handle it. Of course, the barrel also has to be equipped to handle up to 3-inch long shells. If it is then you can fire them as long as you have a magnum receiver.
The Remington 870 Express Magnum shotgun one of their more popular pump-action shotguns and is used primarily for hunting, self defense and sport shooting. In addition, it is a very common weapon used by the military and law enforcement organizations.
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Remington 870 Express Magnum, 1970′s Model, Vented Rib Long Barrel and Wood Furniture
Thomas sent me pics of his new shotgun: 1970′s model with vented rib long barrel and wood stock/forend. I am happy to share them with you. Special thanks to Thomas for the photos.
Dear readers of Rem870.com blog,
Today I want to share with you a great article by Jonathan Paul about his Remington 870 Police shotgun. Jon, thank you very much!