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Remington® 870 Express Combo 12 Gauge w/20'' Rifled and 26'' Vent Rib Barrel Shotgun

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12 Gauge

Black

Wood

Barrel Length:
26"/20"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.5 lbs.

20 Gauge

Black

Wood

Barrel Length:
26"/20"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
6.5 lbs.
Enjoy proven 870 performance the whole year round with the Remington 870 Express Combo 12 Gauge w/20" Rifled and 26" Vent Rib Barrel Shotgun. This workhorse shotgun features 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 shotgun barrel features a modified Rem choke and front bead sight. 20'' deer barrel is fully rifled with adjustable rifle sights for top accuracy.
Remington® 870 Express Combo 12 Gauge w/20'' Rifled and 26'' Vent Rib Barrel Shotgun 4.3 5 9 9
Most universal and best working gun on the market. I recently bought this 12 gauge Remington 870 combo and was very surprised. Straight out of the box, it hit almost every single clay target. It functioned perfectly with no problem. I changed from the vent ribbed barrel to the fully rifled barrel. At 50 yds I was shooting 2" groups with the factory iron sights. P.S. the Remington coppersolid sabot shotgun slugs work the best in this guns rifled barrel July 5, 2013
870 Express Pay no attention to the other review. This is a fine gun for hunting and protection. I have had my 870 express for years and it is as good now as the day I got it. I have used for bird hunting, shooting clays, and have fired 2 3/4 slugs and 3 inch slugs using the slug barrel and it is dead on. Never had any issues with ejecting spent shells. Perhaps the guy needs to lift some weights so he can actually pull the pump back after firing. December 17, 2010
870 always loved 870's till i bought this one! with the vr barrel it will not eject spent shells. with five shells your lucky for it to kick out 2. my dad has an older 870exp thats fine my grandpa has a 1960's wingmaster that is bullet proof but mune is JUNK October 30, 2010
Nice gun but... Hey, be nice! The sticking cartridge problem is legitimate, we have the same problem with this model purchased last Christmas. Our gunsmith informed us there is now a small lip that holds the spent cartridges and he is fixing so many that he made his own special tool to do the job. Could it be that Remington is importing some of it's parts? November 13, 2012
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Hi there,

Sorry....but I am a bit of a novice when it comes to shotguns, but I am looking to buy a gun for my son and want to be a little more educated before I do. Can someone tell me how the 20" Rifled and 26" vent ribbed differ except in length? One for slugs and other for pellet shot?

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This gun can shoot buckshot, bird shot, and turkey shot in the 26" barrel. Slugs go into the 20". The reason for this is the longer barrel will make the buckshot more condensed and go farther. The slugs don't spread so the barrel doesn't need to be long to condense it. Also try a few other guns unless you are set on this gun. I would recommend the Mossberg 500 if your son will be hard on the gun but this if you want it to last long.
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You are correct. The 20" is a rifled barrel designed for sabot slugs. The 26" vent rib is a smooth bore barrel designed for bird shot. Thank you for your question.
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Hi, new to hunting and I'm looking to buy a good shotgun for Turkey and Deer. Can this be used for both? What would I need to mount a scope on here?
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Choosing a shotgun is a very personal choice. Although there are price, caliber, actions, and color options to be considered, fit and comfort should be the highest priority for a new shotgun shopper. Yes, this would be good for deer and turkey.

The 12 gauge is like the gold standard for turkey shotguns with chamber lengths of 2 3/4 inch, 3 inch and 3 1/2 inch and shorter barrels from 22 inches to 26 inches in length work best without sacrificing velocity loss of the shot.
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i have used it for turkey and it works great i have yet to use it for deer, if i were you i would take some slugs and shoot them at a gun range to see how they compare.
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No, you would need the b-square scope mount.
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I have used it during duck/goose hunts and worked good.
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No, the Remington 870 12 ga. combo is mos likely the better bet. And in the long run the pump on the Remington will not move back and forth with how a mossberg will. It's not going to make a difference on how long the barrel is for when you are deer hunting with sabots.
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No, the 870 is a far superior gun. Instead of investing the $300 + bucks in a extra barrell I would buy better optics to mount on my 870!
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