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Rem 870 TAC-14 $225 after rebate

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Hard to beat an 870.
 

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This and the shockwave have been dropping in price big time. I know a lot of people prefer the Mossberg over a Remington. Keep hearing rumors of both dropping to the 150 mark
 

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I know almost nobody who'd prefer Mossberg over Remington. However Remington isn't what it once was
Thee are low budget, sawed off shotguns folks. There's not much more to 'em other than a couple of pipe and a handle. Both the Shockwave and TAC-14s are worth and will perform the same IMHO
 

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Another great option from that site too. Now I might want to grab me one of these!!


Remington 870 DM 12 GA 81350
$529.99 $269.95

REM 870 DM SYN SHTG 12M/18CB
WHEN EVERY SECOND COUNTS, REACH FOR THE FASTEST-LOADING PUMP SHOTGUN EVER MADE.
https://gunprime.com/product/remington-870-dm-12-ga-81350/
 

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I've bought from gunprime before, got a deal on a Beretta APX Compact 9mm 369 minus a 100 rebate
 

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I think the Shields w/ thumb safety are less desirable because customers have complained about the safeties either not staying on or coming off when used in concealed carry. My personal view as a former instructor is that safeties on a CCW are a good way to get yourself killed.

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I think the Shields w/ thumb safety are less desirable because customers have complained about the safeties either not staying on or coming off when used in concealed carry. My personal view as a former instructor is that safeties on a CCW are a good way to get yourself killed.

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Agree. Wonder if it is possible to remove it.
 

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Agree. Wonder if it is possible to remove it.
S&W says no and would void warranty if you tried. Some have removed it and left a hole in the side. One guy epoxied it down and put 400 rds with no problem. Others warn of possible legal issues if you are involved in a shooting.

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+ $116 for shipping and insurance
+ $80 for transfer
Cost basis = $272.

Probably still a good deal, but the required FedEx + Insurance + transfer fees increase the cost by 14%.
Good transaction. No consecutive serial numbers, but I didn't ask for them. Extra magazines in factory packaging. Even got a free hat in the box.