Introducing Two New Remington 870 Tactical Models

Introducing Two New Remington 870 Tactical Models

Remington rolled out some new editions to the popular 870 line at SHOT Show 2012, introducing two new Remington 870 Tacticals. The first model features a Magpul stock and forend, Picatinny rail, an extended tactical choke tube and features an MSRP of $872. Remington also introduced the Remington 870 with a Blackhawk SpecOps II, which features an adjustable stock and pistol grip. Check out this video from SHOT Show!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL181AWZiMU&feature=youtu.be

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