Gun Report

Remington 11-87 Police 12 Gauge

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This gun had nearly everything our entry teams wanted: soft, reliable recoil, good control of the grip, capacity, surgical precision for shooting slugs. For police or home defense, this is a great option, especially when low-recoil ammo is used.

Remington 11-87 Police 12 Gauge

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Home Defense
Law Enforcement
Recreational
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The polypropylene stock and fore-end have a matte-black finish that won't reflect light, and the stock has molded checkering. The pistol grip stock was a huge aid in doing quick reloads.
Here's the business end of the 11-87, showing the dovetailed front sight (top arrow), the thick barrel walls, the barrel bracket and the accompanying rotating sling swivel stud. This front end could take a lot of punishment, we'd wager.
This R3 buttpad contributed heavily to the Remington's A grade. Our testers noticed a marked improvement in control and comfort when shooting it.
Beefy tactical guns are ready to go on the offensive to serve warrants, root out armed bad guys, and break stuff with either lead or steel.

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