Remington 11-87 Sportsman Semi-Auto Slug Shotgun with Cantilever
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The Remington® 11-87™ Semi-Auto Shotgun uses a self-compensating gas system, which allows the gun to operate with every type of shotgun shell from light 2-3/4" loads up to 3" Magnums without any shooter adjustments. The Sportsman Slug Gun comes with a 21" rifled barrel, optimized to shoot modern sabot slugs with great accuracy. The barrel has a cantilever scope mount that accepts Weaver-style scope rings. Loaded with sabot slugs and sighted-in properly with a scope sight, the 11-87 Sportsman Slug Gun has the accuracy potential of consistently taking big game at 200 yards. At the heart of the reliable 11-87 Remington semi-automatic shotgun is a receiver constructed of solid steel, and self-cleaning gas operation system that reduces recoil considerably, allowing the shooter to follow-up quickly on missed or multiple targets. The 11-87 Sportsman has a water resistant synthetic stock with textured panels on the fore-end and pistol grip that provide a solid hold in any weather. The barrel and receiver are finished in a non-reflective matte black that enhances concealment. A molded in sling swivel stud on the butt-stock and a stud on the magazine cap allow the quick attachment of a sling. The Remington 11-87 Sportsman Semi-Auto Shotgun Cantilever Slug Gun is a rugged, affordable firearm for use in shotgun-only zones.
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50mm Riflescopes will usually use HIGH rings
40mm Riflescopes will usually have enough clearance with LOW rings in a given style, though MEDIUM rings will give slightly more clearance, particularly when using a barrel with a thicker shank portion or a heavier contour.
28-36mm Riflescopes will usually use LOW rings in a given style. Again, in certain instances of a heavy barrel or heavy shank portion of a custom barrel, MEDIUM rings may have to be used, but LOW rings will usually suffice.
20mm Riflescopes will usually be able to use LOW rings, but in some cases may also use SUPER LOW rings. In this instance, bolt handle clearance of the OCULAR bell will come into play more so than objective/barrel clearance and should be carefully considered.