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870 Wingmaster

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Remington 870 Wingmaster for sale.

12 GA, chambered for 2 3/4" shells, wood stock.

Wood Stock and all metal in good condition with following exception:

Repaired hairline crack in stock

Barrel has been fitted with a polychoke adjustable choke. Not a removable choke adjuster, but it is functioning.

Two owners, myself included. Kept in good shape and is without rust or damage.

A nice, light firearm. I have used it for waterfowl and upland birds. Probably better suited for upland hunting.

Will send pics of gun, repaired crack, and polychoke for those interested.

Asking $200 OBO.

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