Does Remington still make the 887?
Remington is voluntarily recalling Remington Model 887™ shotguns manufactured from December 1, 2013 through November 24, 2014.
Is the Remington 887 a good gun?
One of my favorite shotguns of any kind, and particularly of the pump-variety, is undoubtedly the Remington Model 887. A successor of sorts to the highly successful Remington 870, the Remington Model 887 did a lot right.
How many rounds does a Remington 887 hold?
Remington Model 887
|Remington 887 Nitro Mag|
|Cartridge||12 Gauge (2 ¾, 3, and 3 ½-inch)|
|Feed system||4+1 rounds (7+1 for the tactical model), internal tube magazine|
|Sights||Hi-Viz LitePipe front bead, polymer mid-bead|
What size bead is on a Remington 870?
6-48 thread bead.
What choke does a Remington 887 come with?
Answer: Yes, the Remington 887 nitro mag uses standard Remington chokes (Rem-chokes).
Where is the serial number on a Remington 887?
The serial number on Remington’s Model 887 shotguns can be found in the slot in front of the loading port, as cycled in red in this picture. Upon receipt of the information requested, U.S. residents will receive boxes and written instructions from Remington; the company will also arrange for a paid pick-up by UPS.
Can the Remington 887 shoot slugs?
Your shotgun will shoot slugs just fine at close range.
When did Remington stop making the 870 wingmaster?
The Remington 870 debuted in 1950, and today’s gun is an early 870, dating back to the time the gun was offered in two grades—the AP with its ringed forearm and the more decorated ADL. This gun is a well-used AP. Production of AP models ceased in 1963.
How old is my 870 Express?
Remington Year of Manufacture Codes maybe found on the barrel of your Remington rifle [or shotgun] on the left side, just forward of the receiver; the first letter of the Code is the month of manufacture, followed by one or two letters which are the year of manufacture.
Can you shoot slugs in Remington 887 Nitro Mag?
Your shotgun will shoot slugs just fine at close range. It will not blow up in your face. Try it at the range just like it is first and then reevaluate. You may be surprised.
Does Remington still make wingmaster?
The 870 Wingmaster and Express are both still fine pumps, but Remington has stopped making both guns and moved on to a new model they call the Field Master.
What kind of sights does Remington make?
Upgrade with MGW’s expansive line of Remington sights for pistols, rifles, and shotguns. These gun sights come in many different variants to fulfill your needs. Fiber optic sights in various colors and full sight assemblies will give you the best field of view to acquire your target.
What is a Remington 887 Nitro Mag shotgun?
The Remington 887 Nitro Mag Shotgun was one of the most durable shotguns ever created. It was a 12-gauge pump action shotgun with an armored exterior not found in most other shotguns.
Are Remington 887’s still available?
There are companies that still sells the Remington 887. They sell them for $399 each, but they have an extremely low supply of them. Once they are all sold out, there is no telling whether or not they’ll be able to restock their inventory with them. But if you are able to purchase one then you should do so.
What is the best optic sights for target acquisition?
Fiber optic sights in various colors and full sight assemblies will give you the best field of view to acquire your target. Find front sights, rear sights, beads, ramps, and more here from Remington.