Magpul SGA Stock and MOE Forend for Remington 870 Review

Magpul SGA Cheek Riser

Magpul SGA stock, MOE forend and accessories for Remington 870 shotgun quickly became extremely popular after their release in 2011. Magpul is a well known manufacturer of high-quality accessories and upgrades for firearms. Remington 870 line of products is not an exception. Remington 870 SGA stock and forend were that popular that Magpul released the same furniture set for Mossberg shotguns. Magpul Hunter 700 stock (for Remington 700 rifle) which was introduced later has the same design and features. Remington even introduced Remington 870 Magpul Edition with Magpul stock and forend. That means that most of the users of Magpul SGA stock and MOE forend for Remington 870 were more than happy.

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Remington 870 Express Tactical Magpul

Remington 870 Express Tactical Magpul

Remington 870 Express Tactical Magpul

Remington now offers Remington 870 Express Tactical Magpul listed on their website. It comes with Magpul SGA stock and MOE forend. Looks very good:

Remington 870 Express Tactical Magpul
Remington 870 Express Tactical Magpul

KEY FEATURES:

Tried and true 870 receiver milled from solid steel
18.5″ barrel with extended tactical choke tube
Receiver and barrel features tough, weather resistant Cerakote coating
One piece magazine tube
Fully adjustable XS Ghost Ring Sight rain with removable white bead front sight
SGA Magpul stock
Spacer system for length of pull adjustment
Cheek risers for use with optics/raised sights
MOE fore-end with improved grip ergonomics
SuperCell™ pad reduces felt recoil by over 50%

Remington 870 with Magpul Upgrades: Stock, Forend and Sling

Remington 870 with Magpul Stock and Forend

USMC6282 has posted photos of his Remington 870 with Magpul upgrades on Remington 870 forum:

So a few weeks ago i purchased an old remmington 870. looked up the serial and found that it is older than i am. it’s a 1979 wingmaster with the barrel cut to 18.5″. when i first recieved it the safety was stuck in the off position, and it was a little (really dirty in my standards) condition. upon coming home i tore it all apart and found cosmoline on the bolt and trigger group. its weird because i figured the previous owner would have cared for it. so did a full inspection, complete cleaning, repaired the safety, and put it all back together. then i didnt like how the worn bluing looked so started to sand the reciever and finally decided to hand polish it starting at 80 grit and progressing to 3000 grit wet/dry and finally polishing paste. then i noticed the stock was cracked in multiple spots so that had to go. all in all i purchased the gun for 200 dollars and put 250 into it.

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