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Excellent condition and no modifications. Barrel is a 30" fixed full choke. The stock had a sling swivel on it at one time. The hole has been filled and the finish touched up. The magazine cap does not have a sling swivel hole in it. Original length of pull and factory recoil pad. Trigger is stock. Serial number T636635V. I am the second owner and I have shot the gun once. I bought it for my grandson and he discovered girls and decided he does not want to shoot trap. He did not even try it out. Price is $400 and $25 for insured shipping to your dealer.
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You are correct Ed, it's not the TB, it's the TC I'm after, thanks for the correction.

The following is from The Remington Society of America.


1950 Remington introduced fifteen versions of the Model 870 shotgun, in 12, 16 and 20 gauges, including: Model 870 AP Standard Grade shotgun (for $69.95), the Model 870 BC Special Grade shotgun (for $81.45), the Model 870 ADL Deluxe Grade shotgun (for $79.95), the Model 870 BDL Deluxe Special Grade shotgun (for $91.45), Model 870D Tournament Grade (for $295.00), Model 870F Premier Grade (for $585.00), Model 870TC Trap Grade (for $159.95), Model 870TD Trap Tournament Grade (for $388.55), Model 870TF Trap Premier Grade (for $678.55), Model 870S Trap Special Grade (for $89.95), Model 870SA Skeet Grade (for $79.95), Model 870SB Skeet Special Grade (for $91.45), Model 870SD Skeet Tournament Grade (for $325.00), Model 870SF Skeet Premier Grade (for $615.00) and the Model 870R Riot Grade with 20" barrel (for $69.95).
 
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