Adding a Warning Ring to a Wilson Combat Jumbo Head Safety
This post is from Tommy Geraci, one of the readers of the blog. Tommy sent very useful info on how to add a warning ring to a Wilson Combat Jumbo Head safety. I receive many questions about this, so I think it will be useful for many Remington 870 owners.
Buy an assorted box of shrink tubing that has 1/4″ colored tubing.
Select what ever color you want of 1/4″ tubing.
Measure 1/4 of a quarter of an inch then precisely cut.
Stretch it out with a little with your fingers.
Pull over and set your new warning ring into the warning ring grove
Heat shrink tubing while turning under a flame in a even circular motion to shrink tubing into the groove.
Ensure none of the tubing protrudes past the metal so there is no interference with the smoothness of the safety. Take a little lube and rub the tubing clean then reinstall safety in the trigger group.
Tommy, thanks for this tip!
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This is updated instruction about Remington 870 safety button replacement. It is more detailed and also has better photos.
When you want to replace the safety button of your Remington 870 you will want to install an oversized safety button. This will allow you to disengage the button more easily, especially if you are wearing gloves or are in a stressful situation where you may lack focus and concentration.
The Remington 870 is an adored pump-action shotgun that is used by hunters, police officers, target shooters, competitive shooters, and military officers. But like any good weapon, it needs to have a suitable safety button that someone can switch on and off in a moment’s notice. You don’t want to have the risk of not being able to push the button fast enough when you’re in a hurry or desperate situation. The factory safety button that comes with the Remington 870 is a perfect example of this. A lot of owners claim this factory safety button is too small for their fingers, which causes them to waste precious time by having to bring the button close to them and push down hard on it. If you’re in a combat situation or need to shoot something quickly, you must be able to keep your hand on the handle while disengaging the safety at the same time. This can be done with your thumb if the safety button on the weapon is big enough.
1. All guns are always loaded.
2. Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.
4. Be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
Dear readers of the Rem870.com blog, thank you for all your comments about the NBC’s Attack on Remington Arms. Your support clearly shows that report was fabricated and that our favourite shotgun is safe and reliable.
Here’s 4 minute video which clearly shows that all information about Remington 870 problems is fabricated:
First of all, police reports and firearm inspection say that subject’s shotgun, the Remington 870, functions normally in all respects. What else can be said? If shotgun functions normally, then maybe it was common problem with broken safety rules?
Also, NBC’s expert has tested Remington firearms trying to reproduce the “problem” with Common Fire Control Trigger Assembly, ang guess what? He couldn’t reproduce that!
This NBC’s attack on Remington Arms is totally fabricated and ridiculous!
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