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Chosen for its rugged dependability and versatility, the Remington 870 shotgun has, for many years, been the choice of hunters, law enforcement agencies and the military. With two or three interchangeable barrels the 870 can switch between bird barrels with bead sights to slug barrels with rifle sights or tactical attachments and back again. The only drawback is the expense and storage space required.

Now, you can give one barrel with a full range of sight option. This patented one-piece unit installs in seconds with no tools or modification to the gun. The rear of the unit grips the barrel solidly and is held securely in the front by the magazine cap for a really solid platform. The non-marring base is a one-piece aluminum stamping. The long picatinny top rail accepts both Weaver rings and military attachments. Thus making this the ideal home defense or military and police weapon.

The sight has been CAD designed to maximize the potential of the Remington 870 shotgun. All of the CNC machining has been carried out after the high quality aluminum base is stamped, to insure precise alignment with the barrel.

 

It's as easy as 1-2-3-4.

Check that the gun is unloaded before proceeding

1.With the rear of the sight held at a slight angle,

Slide the key cut over the front sight.

  

2. Rotate the base until the sights are on the top

and slide it to the rear until the mag tube hole

lines up with the mag tube.

 

3. Grip the rear of the base and slide it back;

until it is snugly gripping the barrel.

(Do not force the base from the front)

 

4. Install the magazine cap as usual and

snug it down tight to secure the base and barrel.

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