Remington® 870 Marine Magnum 12 Gauge Shotgun

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12 Gauge

Nickel

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
18"

Round Capacity:
6 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.5 lbs.
Designed to resist corrosion on land or water, the Remington 870 Marine Magnum 12 Gauge Shotgun gives you proven 870 performance in a highly durable 12 gauge utility gun. Electroless nickel-plating covers all metal, including the inside of the barrel and receiver, to stand up to the elements. This pump action features a 3" chamber, 6 + 1 capacity, and durable synthetic stock.  The compact 18'' barrrel features a cylinder choke and single-bead front sight for easy maneuverability and quick sighting. Sling swivel studs. Color: Nickel and black.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simply the Best ! Probably , one of the hardest of the Remington 870's to find, but well worth the search. I was able to get mine at the Grand Opening of the Palm Bay , Florida Bass Pro Shop . I believe as of this writing there are 2 left in stock. So if you got the desire, I would hurry over before they are gone. December 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Remington 870 12 gague Marine Magnum An excellent choice as a home or personal defense shotgun. The electroless nickel finish resist rust an corrison very well; even in hot and humid climates. Shooting the 2-3/4 " or 3" magnum shells is simply enjoyable; when fired from a Remington 870 Marine Magnum. I highly recommend this weapon to all of my friends, and or associates. November 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Terrific Weapon Choices in an environment-proof 12 gauge pump are basically limited to the Mossberg 500 Mariner and the Remington 870 Marine. After reviewing and inspecting both guns, I chose the Remington. The fit of the stock and recoil pad as well as the the texture of the synthetic stock and forearm are, in my opinion, better on the Remington. The nickel finish on the Remington is listed by Remington as complete, covering all inside and outside metal, Mossberg does not say if that is the case with their gun. The nickel finish seems smoother as well on the Remington. The 870 in any of it's configurations is a world-class shotgun and the Marine Magnum is no exception. The Remington does cost more than the Mossberg, but in my opinion, you get more gun for your money. November 28, 2010
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I am considering buying this for my husband, but wasn't sure if it's legal to hunt with.
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You would need to consult your local hunting laws for this information. You may call 877-945-4236 for Hunting Licenses as well as State Regulations for Wisconsin.
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It has an ambidextrous stock. If you want a left hand stock it would have to be after-market. They are super easy to change.
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