Remington is closing out the year in a big way by launching its new 870 DM (Detachable Magazine) 12-gauge shotgun series. Available in six different configurations, this lineup is based on Big Green’s iconic Model 870 pump-action.
First up is the standard 870 DM, which features a six-round detachable magazine; black synthetic stock with a super cell recoil pad; tactical “corn cob” forend and an 18.5-inch fixed cylinder bore barrel. The MSRP on this model is $529.
Next is the 870 DM Magpul, which also comes with a six-round detachable mag. As the name would suggest, it sports Magpul furniture in the form of a Magpul SGA stock with a super cell recoil pad and a Magpul MOE M-LOK forend. Also included here is an 18.5-inch Rem choke barrel with an extended ported tactical choke; XS steel front sight and XS tactical rail/ghost ring rear sight. MSRP: $799.
The third model listed is the 870 DM Tactical/Predator. This one ships out with three and six-round detachable magazines. It also features an over molded ShurShot thumbhole stock; “corn cob” forend; 18.5-inch Rem choke barrel with two TruLock extended chokes; XS steel front sight; XS tactical rail/ghost ring rear sight; and a Kryptek Highlander Camo finish. The model is priced at $799.
The 870 DM Hardwood, meanwhile, comes with a hardwood stock and forend. In addition, it has an 18.5-inch cylinder bore barrel and bead sight. This one also ships out with a six-round magazine. It’s priced at $529.
Next up, the 870 DM Tactical features a pistol grip buttstock and tactical “corn cob” forend, in addition to an 18.5-inch barrel with an extended ported tactical choke; XS steel front sight and an XS tactical rail/ghost ring rear sight. Shipping out with a six-round magazine, the MSRP on this one is $799.
Lastly is a six-round detachable magazine version of the Tac-14 non-NFA pump-action released earlier this year. The 870 DM Tac-14 sports a 14-inch barrel; Shockwave grip; Magpul forend; and bead sight. It comes with a $529 price tag.
For more information, visit Remington.com.
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