Gun Report

Remington Model 870 Express Synthetic 12 Gauge Magnum No. 25077

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We liked this gun for its trigger quality and steel receiver. But we didn't really favor its controls placement.

Remington Model 870 Express Synthetic 12 Gauge Magnum No. 25077

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Home Defense
Hunting
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Weight Unloaded
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Ejectors
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Choke Tubes
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Receiver Material
Rib Width
Sights
Stock Material
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Buttstock
Length of Pull
Drop at Comb
Drop at Heel
Trigger Pull Weight Bottom
Trigger Pull Weight Top

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The Remington trigger, made of steel, had the best feeling from cock-to-break and also the lightest let-off, 6 pounds. It was easily the best of the three, in our view.
The Remington's receiver was steel, in contrast to the aluminum receivers on the Mossberg and Winchester guns. That gave it a slight edge in materials, we thought.
The slim wrist on the Remington stock felt better to our shooters than the other guns. That was due, in part, to the length of the area, which was a full inch longer between the back of the receiver and the point of the grip (arrows) than the Mossberg.

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