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Remington 870 Stock

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Tom @ Athens, Mar 3, 2009.

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  1. Tom @ Athens

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    I have a 16ga Remington 870. It is the new model, 2 years old. I need a replacement butt stock. Will the stock from a 20 gauge fit?
    Thanks; Tom
     
  2. Tom @ Athens

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  3. mudbug

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    PM sent..
     
  4. RSVP410

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    Tom,
    The new 16 ga. 870s are based on the 12 ga. frame on the 20 ga. I have an as new set, matching 12 ga. Wingmaster stock, pad and forearm for sale if you were interested.

    Scott
     
  5. bigbore613

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    12 gauge or Standard 20 . Jeff
     
  6. Tom @ Athens

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    Scott; I don't understand what your trying to say,(870's are based on the 12ga frame on the 20ga.) ?
    Tom
     
  7. bigbore613

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    When Remington first introduced 20 ga in the 870 and 1100 they used 12ga recievers. Those early guns are called standard 20's Jeff
     
  8. Tom @ Athens

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    I am still getting two answers. Some say 12ga & 20ga heavy frame, some PM me to say the 16ga is on the light 20ga frame. Tom
     
  9. RSVP410

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    Tom,
    Sorry about the typo. I meant to say the current production 16 ga. 870 uses the 12 ga. stock NOT the 20ga. The current production 20 ga. is a smaller stock and receiver which was once known at the light weight or LWT. I have 12, 16 and 20 870's and it is clear to see the 12 & 16 are same size and the 20ga. is smaller.

    Scott
     
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