Remington® 870 Express Compact JR 20 Gauge Shotgun

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20 Gauge

Black

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
18"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
5.75 lbs.
Help your young hunter develop proper shooting habits and technique with a gun that fits properly. The Remington 870 Express Compact Jr 20 Gauge Shotgun has the perfect length, weight and balance for youth and other smaller stature shooters. An optimal choice for turkey, waterfowl and all-around upland pursuits, this pump action combines the proven performance of the 870 design with the concealment of non-glare matte-finished metalwork, a rugged synthetic stock and fore-end, and a R3 recoil pad. It also comes equipped with Remington's adjustable length of pull system that adjusts and grows with younger hunters. Gun features a receiver is machined from a solid billet of steel for strength and rigid twin action bars for smooth, ultra-positive chambering and ejection. Comes with a 3" chamber, 4 + 1 capacity and vent rib, Rem choke, bead-sighted barrel.
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I'm looking to buy my 10-year-old son his first shotgun. Can't decide on a 21" barrel or 18.75". Also, not sure about Remington 870 Compact or Mossberg Mini-Bantam.
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An 18" barrel is fine for stationary game but will be poor for winged or moving targets. Would go with at least a 21" or better if your ever going to get him into wing shooting. A 21" will do everything better than an 18" and he's not going to be 10 for for very long if your worried about him handling a longer gun.
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Yes it should be sufficient. Good luck turkey hunting :)
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This model is not factory tapped for a scope. There are after market mounts that will use the "pins" of the 870 to mount a scope with and will not require drilling into the shotgun itself. If deerhunting was being considered you may want to look into purchasing a slug barrel that should fit into any 870 shotgun. Good Times and Great Hunting.
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Yes, a great choice for deerhunting.
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With dove season around the corner, now is the time to prepare for the season. As a scout leader SAFETY is always the first priority. It begins with a Hunter Safety Course and with good Adult Supervision. As a owner of a Remington 870, I've always enjoyed shooting the shotgun. As with the 20 gauge it should have plenty enough of power for any type of small game hunting. At 5.75 pounds and a great factory recoil pad it will not overwhelm a young hunter. The Remchoke system will also give you the diversity of field modifications for either the highflyers or the lowflyers. Good Times and Great Hunting
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