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ON A LATER POST WHEN SOMEONE WANTED TO TALK ABOUT A CERTAIN SHOTGUN, ONE PERSON WANTED TO TALK REMINGTON 870'S. SO LETS TALK BOU

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  • ON A LATER POST WHEN SOMEONE WANTED TO TALK ABOUT A CERTAIN SHOTGUN, ONE PERSON WANTED TO TALK REMINGTON 870'S. SO LETS TALK BOU

    ON A LATER POST WHEN SOMEONE WANTED TO TALK ABOUT A CERTAIN SHOTGUN, ONE PERSON WANTED TO TALK REMINGTON 870'S. SO LETS TALK BOUT EM. I HAVE A 870 WINGMASTER.

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    What do you want to know?

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    • #3
      pretty much one of the best guns ever made

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      • #4
        The first gun I bought was a 870Express more than 20 years ago that I used for hunting and trap shooting and after 120 thousand rounds I had to put in a new ejector. Hell of a gun.

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        • #5
          I have a 870 Special Purpose 3" with the Mossy Oak Break-Up pattern. Just before turkey season this year I ordered the thumbhole stock and fore end that was released on the new 870 turkey gun. I have never been more pleased with something in my life. It looks good and shoulders like a charm. I have killed turkey as far out as 50 yards and would NEVER even consider parting with my 870!

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          • #6
            That someone was me. In my opinion, the 870 is the most reliable shotgun made. I wouldn't trade my Remington 870 3.5 Super Magnum with 23" barrel and Skyline Camo pattern for any other pump. Far superior to the ugly, cheaply made Mossbergs.

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            • #7
              870 is a very reliable gun that has been around for ages, and theres a reason why. I know guys that still have 870's from when they were little. All-in-all they are good guns at a great price. Remington knows what they are doing.

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              • #8
                My grandpa still has an 870 Wingmaster that his father bought for him when he was 14 in 1955. I was shooting it this summer at ground squirrels and it looked and functioned just like the Wingmasters rolling off the line today. Timeless gun.

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                • #9
                  I love this gun. With 3" Remington Nitro Turkey 5 loads, this thing puts 12-15 pellets in the turkey "kill zone"
                  consistently at 25 yards. I love it and wouldn't trade ti for anything. Matter of fact, I shot my first turkey with it this morning!

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                  • #10
                    I got one soon after they started making the magnum version. It was a very good gun. Nobody ever questioned the reliability.

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                    • #11
                      It's an excellent gun for me!!!

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