When did the Remington 870 Super Mag come out?

When did the Remington 870 Super Mag come out?

The new 870 debuted in 1950, replacing The Model 31 (the 31 would come back ten years later as the inspiration for the Mossberg 500 but that’s a different story).

How many models of the Remington 870 are there?

Remington Model 870
No. built 11,000,000+
Variants Wingmaster, Express, Marine, SPS, SPS-T, XCS, Tac-14, Super Mag, MCS, DM, Tac-14 DM
Mass 7.0 lb (3.2 kg) to 8.0 lb (3.6 kg)

What kind of gauge does Remington Model 870 shotgun have?

The most common gauge in the model 870 is the 12-gauge. This measures the diameter of the barrel. But what you may not realize is the length of the shells is also as critical to consider as their diameter.

When did the Remington 870 Express come out?

MODEL 870 EXPRESS By that point, Remington had produced many variants of the 870 in 12, 16 and 20 gauges with 28 and.410 gauge versions introduced for a time in 1969. Around the same time the Mark 1 variant was adopted by the US Marine Corp that had a 12ga 21” barrel and matching length magazine tube for a 7+1 shot capacity.

What kind of chamber does a Remington 870 Magnum have?

Police – Chambered in 12 gauge only with a 3″ magnum chamber. Blued or Parkerized steel finish. These models feature a stronger sear spring, carrier latch spring, and a forged steel extractor (as opposed to the MIM extractor found on Express models). Receivers are stamped “Remington 870 Police Magnum” as of 2014.

Can a Remington 870 be used with a Remington 1100?

Several parts of the 870 will interchange with the semi-automatic Remington 1100 and 11–87 . The original 870 models were offered with fixed chokes. In 1986 Remington introduced the new Remington “Rem Choke” system of screw-in chokes (also fitted to Remington model 1100 auto-loading shotguns at the same time).