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Remington Model 870 Express Compact JR Pump-Action Shotgun - Synthetic

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20 Gauge

Black

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
18"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
5.75 lbs.

The Remington® Model 870™ Pump-Action Shotgun is one of the most proven firearm's designs in history. The 870 Express® Compact JR is a rugged, value-priced workhorse, making it an extremely useful firearm for young people looking for their first gun, or shooters of smaller stature. The versatile, no-nonsense 870 Express Compact JR can be used for hunting upland game, turkey, and deer; as well as informal clay pigeon shooting. The Compact JR model comes with virtually indestructible synthetic stock and fore-end. The butt-stock on the 870 Compact JR model is 1" shorter than the Compact model to accommodate young shooters, and features an adjustable length of pull system, allowing the length to be customized to youngsters as they grow. At the heart of the ultra reliable 870 Remington is a receiver milled from a solid billet of steel for maximum strength, and twin action bars that prevent binding and twisting while cycling the action. 870 pump shotguns have great pointing characteristics. They come to the shooter's shoulder and acquire targets instinctively, and handle well in the field. The Remington Model 870 Express Pump-Action Compact JR Shotgun – Synthetic has a shortened vent-ribbed barrel with a bead sight, and uses standard Rem™ Choke screw-in choke tubes (comes with 1 modified tube). Barrel and receiver are finished in matte black. A durable, rubber recoil pad dampens recoil and helps shooter to stay on target for faster follow up shots. All 870 Express shotguns function with either 2-3/4" or 3" shotgun shells interchangeably. A myriad of aftermarket Remington 870 accessories enables owners to customize the 870 Express for specific purposes.

Remington Model 870 Express Compact JR Pump-Action Shotgun - Synthetic 4 5 1 1
Great first gun I got this gun from my dad as my first gun, I've had this gun for about 3-4 years and it still works like it did out of the box. I've used this gun mostly for trap and deer hunting. (I bought a separate Rifled barrel, this gun doesn't come with one) With this gun, I've had always had successful deer hunting seasons with this gun. The only thing that this gun doesn't handle well with is trap shooting. i always do better when using a different gun. I think it might be the sight, which can be remidied with a few dollars. Best thing about this gun is if i bring this gun back to bass proshops with the receipt after 10 years of owning this gun, i get any new shotgun for 50% off. February 24, 2015
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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, i bought another rifled barrel for this gun...it cost $219 though.
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Yes, a great choice for deerhunting.
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The gun alone is a challenge to shoot at clay pigeons. however, there are 2 things you can do to help improve this, the first is to install a new sight. I recommend using the fluorescent sights. second, use certain ammo. The best ammo is 7 or smaller.
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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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