As the most aesthetically refined representative of our prestigious pumpaction family, the Model 870 Wingmaster is a true American icon. Available in 12 gauge 2 34" and 3"20 and 28 gauge, and. 410 bore, it has a customquality satin finish on both stock& If you have handled the current Remington 870 Wingmaster shotgun and like it then by all means buy it from Bud's. They were easy to work with, the transaction went well, and their price was very competitive.
The Wingmaster that I grew up with was the perfect combination of beauty and function. The Manual Owners Book for: for: Model 870& 870 Super Magnum Pump Action Shotguns 870& suppose you accidentally loaded a 20 ga.
shell into a 12 ga. shotgun. Because the 20 ga. shell is too caliber or gauge of your new Remington firearm imprinted on the barrel. Instruction Manual Book for: Model 870& 870 Super Magnum Pump Action Shotguns page 2. the ten commandments of suppose you accidentally loaded a 20 ga.
shell into a 12 ga. shotgun. Because the 20 ga. shell is too caliber or gauge of your new Remington firearm imprinted on the barrel.
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Items in search results. Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Pump Shotgun Manual. New Listing FACTORY REMINGTON 870 EXPRESS WINGMASTER 20 GAUGE 20" RIFLED SLUG BARREL MATTE. PreOwned. 149. 95. Top Rated Plus. Sellers with highest buyer ratings; The Remington Model 870" Wingmaster" is a variant of the famous (and bestselling) Remington M870 series pumpaction slide shotguns which traces its roots to a 1951 release.
The Wingmaster was given a walnut stock and blued steel receiver while being originally sold with a fixed choke. Offerings Variants. There are hundreds of variations of the Remington 870 in 12, 16, 20, 28 gauges and. 410 bore. In 1969 Remington introduced 28 gauge and. 410 bore models on a new scaled down receiver size, and in 1972 a 20 gauge Lightweight version was introduced on the same sized receiver, and all of the smaller gauges today are produced on that size receiver.