Gun Report

Remington Model 870 Express Super Magnum Synthetic No. 25102 3.5-inch 12 Gauge

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Handling took a backseat to the Browning, our testers said, and we had a surprising malfunction in this normally dependable product. Because the gun was used, we recognize that the malf could be due to a user-caused problem.

Remington Model 870 Express Super Magnum Synthetic No. 25102 3.5-inch 12 Gauge

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With the shortest length of pull—13.75 inches—of the test trio of pump-action shotguns, the Remington provided a comfortable fit for our team, although we did notice a bulky stock feel.
The action-release button on the left side of the Remington’s receiver was easy to find and easy to use for right-handed shooters in our test group.
Failure to function in a proper manner, with extra effort required about every five or six shots to get the action to work, earned the Remington low marks from our test team. The action stuck open, as shown here. It needed a trip to the gunsmith.

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