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M887 Remington 12 ga. ???

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Well, i've been hearing a lot about this new Remington 12ga and yesterday i finally got the chance to look, hold & feel one at Gander Mountain, with the intention of purchasing one. The gun feels and holds comfortablly for me, but maybe not for the people with a smaller grip, well i thought the whole gun was bigger in thickness compare to normal Remington guns (i own 6 remington shotguns), but i thought i was light.

The reason why i decided to hold up on purchasing one was because the whole gun feels and looks like it's made entirely out of plastic, this was the only thing that worried me. The price at $375.00 for a 3 1/2 inch Remington 12ga was like candies to my eyes at that price.

Has anyone have had the chance to shoot one or tested one? I kind of would like more review on this gun before purchasing one. Thanks!

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Check out the Remington HSOforum for more info on what it is made out of and what the benefits are. We have some on order but they haven't come in yet.

The little bit of internet research I have done has produced some pretty good reviews. I don't put a lot of stock in magazine reviews as they are paid to review the guns and I think are biased.

Ugly gun for sure, in the line of the Nova. It's a pump so chances are there won't be a whole lot of issues.

Not much help, I know, but I felt like typing something. wink

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Thanks for the reply Koonie!

Yeah, i've read as much as i could of the reviews i could find online, but i was more looking at the average joe's point of view and first hand experience. Since i know that the guns given out for the sole purpose of a magazine review aren't 100% the same make and model as those sold at the store. I was hoping someone had recently purchased one and went through some rounds in it.

Any thoughts are more then welcome also.

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