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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?
 

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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!
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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.
 

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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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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.
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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.

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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.

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