How to make Remington 870 Short Barreled Shotgun

How to make Remington 870 Short Barreled Shotgun

Banshee posted new photos and iformation about his short barreled shotgun on Remington 870 Forum:

Sure no problem. I haven’t made any new pictures, so these are all old.

The shotgun started out as a Wingmaster Police trade in with a Mossberg replacement barrel that I picked up for $149.00. So, no nice 870 was harmed in this transformation.

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Remington 870 Barrels Complete Guide

Carlsons Remington 870 Shotgun Barrel

The two most common Remington 870 barrels are either the rifled barrel or the smoothbore. Rifled barrels are good for shooting sabot slugs like Premier Accutip Slug, Copper Solid Slug etc. These are the kind of barrels you would use if you are aiming to kill someone or something on a longer distance. Perhaps you want to looking to kill a big predator in the woods. These barrels help you have more stability and accuracy with your shots in order to do this kind of damage. If you are looking for a long range shotgun then rifled barrels would be your best option as well. As for smoothbore barrels, these are more suitable for rifled slugs, birdshot and buckshot. In other words, if you are looking to hunt small ducks or birds hen you would be better off using smoothbore.

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