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Thread: 200th year Anniversary Edition. Remington 870 Wingmaster.

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    200th year Anniversary Edition. Remington 870 Wingmaster.



    5 More of these just came in the door. Amazing shotgun! Almost to nice to take hunting.
    Last edited by Frontier Firearms; 05-12-2021 at 06:23 PM.

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    Any with low serial numbers ?

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    So these are 5 year old new stock?

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    wish i could, and I'd shoot it!
    Flush the TURD 2019

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    So these are 5 year old new stock?
    Correct

    Any with low serial numbers ?
    Not anymore

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    An importer brought in several hundred of these. Most likely the majority of the production to Canada as an investment. These are now getting to the bottem if their supply. They had a 1911, a Rem 700, but those have all sold out now.

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    These 870's are just like the ones I purchased in the "60"s, smooth, good fit, nice wood and easy to swing, back in the day it was hard to find one with a 26" vent rib. I picked up three of these 200th Anniversary ones when they came out, two- 3 digit and one 2 digit, recently sold one 3 digit, the 2 digit is a keeper and the other 3 digit will be in the field this fall, I think my Rizzini's will be be staying in the safe for a while as I enjoy my "60"s flashback.

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    Are they produced by the current Remington brand.
    If so they are just shiny gar garbage!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steyrman View Post
    These 870's are just like the ones I purchased in the "60"s, smooth, good fit, nice wood and easy to swing, back in the day it was hard to find one with a 26" vent rib. I picked up three of these 200th Anniversary ones when they came out, two- 3 digit and one 2 digit, recently sold one 3 digit, the 2 digit is a keeper and the other 3 digit will be in the field this fall, I think my Rizzini's will be be staying in the safe for a while as I enjoy my "60"s flashback.
    I bought one when they came out definitely the smoothest wingmaster ever they did spend some time doing polishing and fitting
    I use mine for waterfowl handles perfectly.
    They are not to nice to hunt with they are how shotguns should be made .

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    Too bad no 30" barrel. A real Wingmaster.

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