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Remington® 870 Express Shotgun

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12 Gauge

Black

Hardwood

Barrel Length:
28"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.5 lbs.

20 Gauge

Black

Hardwood

Barrel Length:
28"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
6.5 lbs.

20 Gauge

Black

Hardwood

Barrel Length:
26"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
6.25 lbs.

12 Gauge

Black

Hardwood

Barrel Length:
26"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.25 lbs.
Giving you the same precision, performance, and dependability as the proven 870 Wingmaster, the Remington 870 Express 20 Gauge Shotgun is a value-priced workhorse. This durable gun pairs the proven 870 action with a receiver milled from a solid billet of steel for maximum strength and reliability. The silky smooth twin action bars prevent binding and twisting so that you'll always have the chance to get off a second shot. This pump action sports non-reflective black matte metalwork and a no-frills satin finish hardwood stock and forend. Comes with a 3" chamber and 4 + 1 capacity.  The 26'' vent rib barrel features a Rem choke and front bead sight.
Remington® 870 Express Shotgun 4.4 5 57 57
Best First Shotgun This was my very first gun purchase, and it was a good one. I wanted to give duck hunting a try and I decided on this gun due to price and the great reviews I've read on it. Everything about this gun lived up to it's reputation. Reliability, durability, smooth action and quality. I have to agree with everyone who says putting cheap rounds in will cause some sticking. I shot a couple of rounds of traps using Winchesters target loads, and I would say 2 or 3 shells had trouble ejecting. Personally I don't think that's too bad out of the 50 or so rounds I put through the gun that day. For my duck hunting trip I used the Federal Steel rounds and not a single one stuck. I went through one box that day. This shotgun is great! I like pump handle shotguns simple due to the sound they make when you put a shell in the chamber lol. Buy this gun you won't regret it. April 6, 2014
Overall great shotgun Never jams, easy to clean, and very versatile when it comes to hunting. The first time I ever shot it put 175 rounds through it and had no hiccups what so ever. For only 319 bucks, its a steal. March 24, 2014
Best Pump Gun for the Money I was given this gun as a gift a while back and have been very happy with it. I had been using an old full choked Browning A5 for upland game (won't shoot steel) and a Mossberg 500 for waterfowl. This gun is great for both. Since using this gun, I have never had trouble with jamming, which was common with the Mossberg. It is also very well balanced and easy to pull up. I would have given it 5 stars, but it is a little heavy compared to a lot of other shotguns. If you are looking for a solid all around gun, this one is great. November 27, 2011
They've Made 10,000,000 for a reason After months of exhaustive research, I finally decided on the Remington 870 Express. I shouldered every comparable shotgun out there, and I eventually ended where my research started, with the 870. I shot a round of trap with it two days after I got it, not a single FTE or FTF and it was about 6 degrees outside, shooting the lightest low brass winchester target loads. Recoil was completely manageable. This is the best first shotgun out there by far, much sturdier than the Mossberg 500. Go for it! January 10, 2015
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the express comes with one choke tube. it is Modified, and it is already in the barrel when you get the gun
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This comes with the usual IC, M, and F. Improved cylinder for skeet shooting and trap, modified for small game, and full for big game
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A Modified Remington Choke Tube is included with this Shotgun.
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Was wondering if you could shoot 3'' magnum turkey shells in this gun. It just says 2 3/4 and 3 inch on the barrel. That's it.
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Per Remington, this shoots both 2 3/4" and 3" shells, which you will be able to use turkey shells. http://www.remington.com/products/firearms/shotguns/model-870/model-870-express.aspx

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I shot 3" magnum Federal Steel shells for my duck trip with no problem. As long as you don't put a 3 1/2" shell in there it should be fine.
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Yes the 870 has a 3" chamber

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2 3/4" is the "standard" shotgun shell, a 3" is a magnum shell, and a 3 1/2" shell is an ultra magnum. So yes, you can shoot any 2 3/4" or 3" shell in that gun since it's chambered for either. Do not shoot 3 1/2" out of that gun, since it is not chambered for it.
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Im wondering if my son can use this gun for deer hunting with slugs and also use for pheasant hunting.
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Yes just as long as the shells are 2 3/4 - 3"
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pheasant hunting yes personally i have never tried deer hunting with mine but you could try it should work.
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I'm not sure how old your son is, but the gun does have a good kick to it. If he's real young I would recommend the youth version. I've shot shells that can be used for trap and/or pheasant with no problem. As long as it's a 3" or 2 3/4" shell this gun will take just about anything.
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Yes but be sure to use rifled slugs NOT sabot slugs

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No problem. I shoot Rifled slugs all the time with it. And Trap shoot all the time also. Rifled slugs are for Smooth bore shotgun barrels. You can even have Remington or a Gunsmith add a Picatinny rail or Weaver mount to it for a scope or Red dot
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if you want it for deer hunting you need a slug barrel ($200) and it is awesome for pheasant hunting, if your son is young it is a bit on the heavy side
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you should get a slug barel
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I got my son the same gun for almost the same purpose. You can either spend 499 dollars on a Remington combo youth gun or you can just shoot the slug, but it would be less accurate/ far or get a fully rifled shot gun barrel alone. But if you live in a certain state, you can use buckshot on deer.
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Why does the website say $319 but the gun counter at my local store says $369 and up?
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price varies from store to store if you want a solid lower price go to a privatly owned gun store
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Ask them if they will honor their online price, i have before and saved a few bucks

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319 dollars is probably the price for buying it online. That or there might be a different version that you requested.
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At 25 yards I couldn't get a single pellet out of 20 to even hit a standard size poster board with 3 in Remington #2 & #3 bucket shot with a full choke in it and extra full Remington choke in. Has anyone else had this problem?
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Try using steel pellets, copper plated, and others. Different guns shoot different pellets better. Mine shoots federal steel shot the best.
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no it has worked well for me
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You probably hit the edges. Try and use slugs. But remove the choke first.
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at 20 yards if you cant hit a posterboard with a shotgun you may want to consider shooting lessons at your local range.
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I've heard it rusts pretty easily, so if I go hunting and it starts raining, how bad would it be?
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As long as you use remington oil or 3 in 1 oil after you go hunting you are ok to go.
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as long as you clean your gun well and oil it well before a hunt you should be good.
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I went turkey hunting in the rain and it didn't rust two bad. for the rust I did get I took off with a cloth with some gun oil
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Awesome. Thanks to the Polymer coating
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well i dont thik it would rust bad at all like none
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Hmm, I went hunting with my son before and it was raining cats and dogs. But it survived the storm. I think it takes about 24 hours of being 100% in water to make it rust badly.
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Same as with any gun that's subjected to inclement weather, as long as you make sure to break it down and oil it it will be fine. I had the youth 20 ga. for about 8 years and hunted with it a lot in snow and rain...it never rusted on me because I took care of it. If you just throw it in the safe/case and never oil it, it will rust, as will any gun. But if you make sure to maintain it, the 870 is the most reliable shotgun on the market.
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Ive never had a problem with it getting wet. Ive fired shells that were submurged in water aswell as getting it a little wet in the rain and she fired fine. Just make sure to clean her out real well afterwards.
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