So, the crazy social media gurus have decided that it’s a bad thing to try to sell your guns on their websites. Cowards!
They can’t tell me what to do on my own blog though. Eat that!
My very first shotgun was this Remington M887 NitroMag 12 gauge. I knew little about what I was doing, and was quite attracted to the polymer coatings, since I was planning on joining my father-in-law pheasant hunting, and wanted to try duck hunting eventually. This model seemed to offer me the corrosion resistance I wanted, and it appeared to be in the Remington family of successful shotguns. It was also much lower priced than the famed 870 pump gun. So I took the plunge! Shot it my first qual season and first pheasant hunt. Little success, but I’m sure it was the shooter.
Fast forward a few years and I have an 870 Express, and am hoping to graduate to a semi-auto Beretta or Benelli soon. So, this little used shotgun just sits. I’m not a fan of just building up my arsenal. Everything should have a purpose. I’d rather this shotgun be replaced with an 870 in 20 gauge, for the kids and wife to enjoy more.
- 12 gauge
- fiber optic front sight
- polymer coated for corrosion resistance
- up to 3 1/2″ shells!
Enjoy these photos below!