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Remington Produces NRA Commemorative Police Shotgun

August 25, 2010  | 

Remington Arms Company has teamed up with the NRA-Law Enforcement Activities Division (LEAD) to offer a special edition of the Model 870 Police (Model 870P) 12-gauge shotgun to commemorate 50 years of NRA-LEAD's service to Law Enforcement.

The enhanced version of the Model 870P is available to consumers and comes decorated with both the NRA-LEAD insignia and "Celebrating 50 Years of Law Enforcement Service" banner engraved on the receiver. A donation of $20 will be made to the NRA's Law Enforcement Activities Division with the purchase of each shotgun. Proceeds will go directly to support LEAD's ongoing Law Enforcement scholarships, training, and development programs.

The commemorative 12-gauge shotgun starts with the Model 870 action, which features twin-action bars for reliable feeding, extraction, and ejection. The gun handles both 2.75- and 3-inch loads and has an 18.5-inch, improved cylinder carbon steel, hammer-forged barrel that is fast-handling and delivers consistent patterns. The receiver is milled from a solid billet of steel and is housed in a rugged walnut stock and fore-end with sling swivel studs installed. Receivers are drilled and tapped for mounting optics.

For more information on Remington law enforcement products, please visit our LE dedicated web site at www.remingtonle.com.

 

Model

870 Police NRA-LEAD

(82692)

Gauge

12 (2.75- or 3-inch)

Overall Capacity

4

BBL Length

18.5 inches

Barrel Type

Standard Contour

Sights

Bead Sight

Metal Finish

Parkerized

Overall Length

38.5  inches

Length of Pull

14 inches

Drop (Comb)

1.5 inches

Drop (Heel)

2.5 inches

Stock Material

Walnut

Stock Finish

Matte

Avg. Weight

7.5 lbs

Price

$799

 

 

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