What does the gold trigger signify on the Remington 870?
From what I posted on one of my web pages....
Remington introduced the 50thAnniversary Model 870 Classic Trap Gun as a tribute to the world's best selling pump shotgun! This 12-gauge gun featured a 30-inch vent rib barrel with RemChoke barrel and semi-fancy American walnut stock and forend. Remington also began making the Model 870 Wingmaster Super Magnum with 28-inch vent rib barrel with RemChoke, chambered for 2¾-inch, 3-inch and 3½-inch shells. The company also manufactured the Model 870 SPS-T RS/TG Shotgun with fully adjustable Truglo rifle sights, 20-inch RemChoke barrel, black matte finish on metal parts and black synthetic stock and forend. Remington also made a Model 870 SPS-T Super Magnum Camo CL/RD Shotgun, with a 23-inch barrel with RemChoke and Leupold/Gilmore Red Dot sights, a Mossy Oak Break-up camo finish on metal parts and on the synthetic stock and forend.
The 870 Remington shotgun used to be a popular candidate for a "release" trigger.
No requirement that it has to be.
The Remington 870 is a type of shotgun which is known as "pump action". The Remington 870 requires the individual to "pump" the shotgun following each pull of the trigger. It is considered to have a slow rate of fire due to the pump action which is required.
Whats the age and value of Remington 870 Wingmaster Magnum with high gloss finish gold trigger engraving on both sides of receiver Remington logo in gold over black on grip serial number C336225 M?
What model of Remington 870 Wing master magnum has engraved patterns on both sides of receiver and has a gold trigger?
It is the 100th Anniversary Edition for Remington's making of the 870 pump shotgun. It runs for around $1200 and is a limited edition item. The Premier Dealer Wingmaster also has engravings on each side and a gold trigger. It has semi-fancy claro walnut stock and forearm.
Open the action. KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER WHILE YOU DO THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The serial number is located on the left side of the receiver, towards the rear, just above the trigger.
Remington does not show a 870 rifle on their web site. Do you mean the 870 Shotgun? the Remington 870 is one of the most popular shotguns in the us. this shotgun ranges from $300 for the basic model to $1000 for the fancy Wingmaster edition
Serial numbers by year for the 870 Remington Model.
All Remington model 870 shotguns were made in the Unites states.The Remington plant was located in Ilion,New York.
The W ahead of the serial number indicates that your Remington 870 wingmaster was made in 1972.
Remington 870 pumps max out at $250
No. The 11-87 has a recoil spring & tube in the stock, the 870 uses a single bolt.
Contact Remington or try e-gunparts.com
The 870 Wingmaster is still made in .410
They are about 6" long.
In 1950 Remington introduced fifteen versions of the Model 870 shotgun, in 12, 16 and 20 gauges.
The Express version of the 870 Remington is normally either 12 or 20 gauge. Gauge desigantion is marked on the barrels left, rear end.
It was in production from 1931 to 1949, when it was superseded by the Remington 870.
12gauge magazine cap fit on a 2ogauge 870 mag cap
No, the Remington Model 1100 stock has a hole (recepticle) through the inside of the stock in the pistol grip area to accept the action spring tube. The Remington Model 870 stock has no need for this hole so the 870 stock will not fit on the Model 1100 action.
You did not say what model, but most common is a licensed copy of the Remington 870. Go to the Remington website, and you can download the 870 Owner's manual.
It depends on which one. The 870 comes in various configurations, some of which can be used for birds.
i want to find out the value of a 1950s Winchester Remington repeater model 870
Check the manufactured date link on the Remington Society of America for details.
Sorry, no answer from me, but I would like to know the answer to this question as well.
Pump action shotgun
Depends on what it is choked.
Almost every gun shop worth its salt should have a slug barrel for the remington model 870,if not then they should be able to order one with no problem.
the express is the cheaper model Remington came out with. There are many more models like the tactical ones and the wingmaster. The wingmaster is one of the better quality models.
The best place to get information on the Remington 870 tactical rifle is on the Remington website. Another place to check is firearm forum where any questions or information can be shared through peers.
Immediately? The model 31. The 870 came out in 1950 and is still one of the number one sellers.
You can assemable same as a Remington 870. Several videos are on Youtube.com that show how to do this.
There are many places one might go to find a review for the Remington 870 Express. The most reputable resource one has is the Consumer Reports website.
Yes, after some time of discontinue, Remington returned to building a 16 gauge 870. I will warn you that ammunition can be difficult to fine. Keep that in mind..
Remington did not make a "Wingmaster" shotgun in 1936. The Remington Wingmaster (Model 870) was first introduced in 1950. remingtonwingmaster.com
Around $350 depending condition.
100-1000 depending on specifics
Depending on the buyer... $275-$375
Not without more information
You can download the manual for the 870 directly from Remington here: http://www.remington.com/pdfs/om/om_870.pdf
Numrich arms has a good supply of new 870 stocks.
The ones beginning in T or S are the older made guns. The 870 was created in the 50's.
Depending on condition, the 870 Express is about $450, the 870 Wingmaster is about $725.
Remington 870 stocks can be purchased from a variety of places such as Cheaper Than Dirt, ATI Gun Stocks, eBay, Brownells, Midway USA, SCHEELS, and Bass Pro.
The pardner design is astoundingly similar to the Remington 870 design. Search for Remington 870 dissembly (or cleaning); I believe there are several Utube videos.
Yes, The receiver pins are the same as the Remington 870, so any stock that will fit the 870 will fit the 7400
Yes: A Remington 870 shotgun with a modified choke will shoot any commercial shotgun slug.
They usually use a modified (medium) choke on the 870, unless it has choke tubes.