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Remington 870 TAC 14" 6- Shot 12GA Hardwood
Remington 870 TAC 14" 6- Shot 12GA Hardwood Raptor Pistol Grip Hardwood Forearm Non NFA short barrel shotgun R81231
Remington 870 TAC 14" 6- Shot 12GA Hardwood (R81231)

Remington 870 TAC 14" 6- Shot 12GA Hardwood (R81231)
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History's Most Successful Pump Design. Over the last 63- years, the Remington 870 is probably the best known and best selling shotgun of all time. With one of the most impressive productions runs in the history of modern firearms, the 870 is a testament to American ingenuity.

The TAC 14 provides a lot of firepower in a small compact package with it's 14" barrel and Raptor pistol grip. With it's overall length of 26.3", the TAC 14 does not fall under NFA and is transffered as a firearm.

Originally designed in 1951, sales have topped the 10 million mark. No other sporting arm in history can lay claim to such an impressive achievement. Even when compared to successful military arms, rifles such as the AK-47 have been produced in over 30 different countries with a 4- year head start. The fact that Remington has achieved such success from a non- military firearm produced in a single manufacturing plant is nothing short of extraordinary.

The 100% American made Model 870 has evolved to keep pace with the rapidly changing needs of the self- defense and law enforcement markets alike. Remington has been a leader in the field of safety and performance features.

Its unique design combines a balanced sear plus inertia firing pin to prevent discharge unless the action is completely closed and the trigger depressed. A large ejection port stays unobstructed when shooting over walls, car hoods or other barriers.

The shotgun also features non- binding twin action bars that are smooth and easy to operate. Though considered common place today, Remington first pioneered this break- through technology in the years immediately following World War II.

Before then, pump designs employed single action bar mechanisms which placed uneven pressure and torque on the bolt as the shotgun was being cycled. This in turn made single bar designs prone to malfunction and breakage. Twin action bars even out the pressure and make the gun more reliable.

At the heart of the Remington 870 is a receiver milled from solid billet steel for maximum strength and reliability. The magazine tube is located beneath the barrel, where it is press threaded and then silver soldered to the action. Feeding and loading are almost effortless, taking place from the bottom of the receiver.

This is a side eject design where the bolt locks into an extension on the 18.5" barrel.
The gun's fixed cylinder bore choke offers greater accuracy at self- defense distances. The gun's positive crossbolt safety is located behind the trigger, is easy to operate and has a high visibility indicator to help instantly determine condition of the gun (red showing= off safe / ready to fire).

Over the years, the Remington 870 has undergone a number of performance upgrades. One such modification helps prevent the gun from locking up in the middle of a firefight. Short stroking the action has always been an issue for any pump shotgun, and could prove especially problematic when it occurred on older Model 870's. Quite simply, short stroking is the condition of not racking the bolt far enough back to completely drop a cartridge out of the magazine tube.

When a short stroke occurred, the older Remington's experienced major difficulties when shells became lodged in the carrier. Remington engineers invented the "Flexitab" system, which as the name implies, uses a 1/2" u-cut in the carrier to provide enough flex to quickly un- jam the shotgun.

To be clear, short stroking is not a design flaw on the part of the shotgun, but a training deficiency on the part of the shooter. To avoid this condition, the shooter must practically bounce the forend off the receiver when pumping the shotgun, then completely follow through while rechambering.

The Remington 870 is chambered for 2-3/4" shells, but can easily handle jaw rattling 3" magnum buckshot. A bead front sight rides on the barrel and gets a shooter on target quickly. All metal parts wear a matte blued finish.

Should the Remington 870 ever require service, it is backed by a full lifetime warranty. Overall, the Remington 870 is a well- built, reliable and user friendly self- defense shotgun.

Non- Binding Twin Action Bars Provides a Smooth Operation
Receiver Milled From a Solid Block of Steel
Cross-bolt Safety
Shell Sizes: 3" & 2.75"
14" Barrel
Black: Raptor Pistol Grip & Magpul Forearm
Capacity: 5+1
Fixed Cylinder Bore Choke
Matte Black Finish
Gauge: 12
Warranty: Lifetime

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