Remington® 870 Express Shotgun

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12 Gauge

Blued

Walnut

Barrel Length:
28"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.5 lbs.

20 Gauge

Blued

Walnut

Barrel Length:
28"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
6.5 lbs.

20 Gauge

Blued

Walnut

Barrel Length:
26"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
6.25 lbs.

12 Gauge

Blued

Walnut

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.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 53 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by My Remington 870 12 gauge I bought this gun for duck and upland hunting. It is a very good quality gun for the price. It is a simple design but performs very well. Though I would not recommend winchester ammo for it because it is very cheap and cycles terribly. It comes with a modified choke, trigger lock, and plug for the magazine tube. I look forward to lots of hunting with this gun. March 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Bang For Your Buck!!! I love this shotgun, i highly recommend it to anyone! Ya know the saying you get what you pay for? Well at 330.00 it shoots like a 500.00+ shotgun, in my book thats a deal! When i went into bass pro i had planed on buying the 12g synthetic stock but they did not have synthetic so i got the laminate, im glad i did. The laminate has that classy look that is sure to impress! All my friends want to use/borrow and shoot it, two thumbs up get one! March 20, 2014
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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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 - Mapleton IA
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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 you can.
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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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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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Ask them if they will honor their online price, i have before and saved a few bucks
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Website says $369 to me
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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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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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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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