Remington 870 advice, please...

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    What about purchasing the Remington 870 Home Defense. It is equipped with a synthetic butt stock, fore-end, and magazine extension. They sell them here at a local store for $269.00
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    http://www.remington.com/products/fi...tic_18inch.asp

    Here is the gun I am talking about. You can buy this now, and add the ghost ring sights later if you want.
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    I set my Rem 870 Marine Magnum up with a speedfeed stock and Scattergun Tech Ghost rings sights...it's awesome....and to me, it allows much better control than the standard stock and the sights are FAR better. Just shot my buddies stock 870 and Ill never go back...there's a pic of it under my name on this sight

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    Rem 870, excellent shotgun, smooth action!
    I started with a base deer gun configuration with 20 inch brl.
    Added a Wilson tube extension, plus a shell holder.
    That was enough functional extras for me.
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    Go for the cheaper of the two , 870's are very affordable as far as after market custom parts.

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    Buckshot and grape vines...

    Well, I just returned from a 2 week "vacation" in Arizona helping my brother and sis-in-law plant another 588 grape vines in thier new vineyard. It was a lot of work, but a lot of fun as well. We managed to go shooting several times during the last week, and they got to try out the new Rem 870 "vineyard protector"


    Sis-in-law liked her new shotgun, and the Sure-Fire light set-up works like a champ!




    Overview of the vineyard shows the surrounding rugged terrain, home to many wild critters...hopefully not too many grape-eaters!

    Thanks again for all the good advice given on this thread...
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    Welcome back Rick - sounds like you were counting each and every vine LOL
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    Welcome back.

    Where abouts in Arizona?
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    The vineyard is located outside Prescott near a small town named Skull Valley



    Chris, I was the shovel crew... Lets just say that it took a lot of cold Corona beer in the evenings to regain my strength for the following day
    "I surrounded 'em"- Alvin York

    "They're ain't many troubles that a man can't fix with seven hundred dollars and a thirty ought six"- Jeff Cooper

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