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NEW CLASSIC TRAP STOCKS OLD 870tb

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by nsrailroad, Jan 27, 2009.

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  1. nsrailroad

    nsrailroad Member

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    I'm looking to put a set of remington new classic trap stocks on my old 870tb. I remember reading something about they needed extra parts,bolt or something to work because of the universal fit for 1100 also ?? Any help?
     
  2. nsrailroad

    nsrailroad Member

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    Railfan ham NC4RR in Chocowinity NC, We have csx and cnla here too.
     
  3. deadeye45

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    do you have a 870 trap stock? I have an old beater 870 with a field stock and was hoping to find a stock for it! use it for a back up!
    Larry bledsoe
     
  4. Savage99Stan

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    870 Stocks need nothing but the bolt. Be sure to use the spacer in the receiver pocket or you'll split the stock at the wrist in about 50 rounds.
     
  5. shrek

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    If you go from an old 870 only stock to a new 870/1100/11-87 stock you would need to get the longer stock bolt.
     
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    I ended up making my own longer bolt, 1/4 x 24 If memory is working mine was 10 1/4 inches long. I threaded both ends and screwed together.
     
  7. nsrailroad

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    The new classic stock that Remington is putting on 870/ 1100 trap guns, it is what i'm planning to put back on, if i don't find a used one. The longer bolt is what I remeber someone said was the difference. thanks for the help.
    Railroad
     
  8. alfermann66

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    Yeah, railroad. It finally occured to Remington that if they drilled the 870 and 1100 stocks the same depth they wouldn't need as much inventory. To use a new stock on an 870 you'll need the 10 1/4 inch stock bolt. Brownells carries them.

    Buz
     
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    Yeah, railroad. It finally occured to Remington that if they drilled the 870 and 1100 stocks the same depth they wouldn't need as much inventory. To use a new stock on an 870 you'll need the 10 1/4 inch stock bolt. Brownells carries them.

    Buz
     
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