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Raise your hand if you shoot an 870

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Pick Me, Pick Me!!!!

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Wingmaster!!!!!

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First gun, still going strong 13 years later. Deer, Ducks, Geese, Pheasant, Grouse, Squirrel, it does it all!!!

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Yep

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I own 3 Wingmasters, 12,16,20. I've owned many other shotguns but the Wingmasters fit me the best.

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Wingmaster had it for 21 years never a problem:)

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3" wingmaster and a 3.5" 870 special purpose super mag.

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Regular old 870 Express

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Wingmaster that was my dad's and an 870 DU Edition that I won when I was 13.

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2.75" wingmaster and a 3.5" Super Mag, I don't need anything else.

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3" Synthetic Express. For the most part if its huntable, I've shot it with this gun.

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3-1/2" Super Mag and love it

DL

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I have two of them. They are awesome. Haven't failed me yet.

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Wingmaster since I was 13 (23 now). It has never let me down

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870 Express Magnum! First and only gun that I have ever bought brand new, and that was about 15+ years ago. Never, ever have had one single issue with it, and I've done alot of bangin' with it!!

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Thats an obvious one!

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1978 wingmaster 2 3/4 and 2003 wingmaster 3" LC (won at a banquet)

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I am the only one whoever had a problem with an 870, and a Wingmaster at that. Worked great for 15 years, I was only owner. Then turned into a single shot. Had it to three Remington recommended gunsmiths, no fix. Traded it in and am happy camper now. My Dad still has 20 and 12 Wingmasters, and no problems at all there, and they are older. I just happened to be the one person out of a zillion who ever had an issue with it... oh well. I still think they are good guns, but once bitten...

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Aye! Express for me too.

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I shoot an 870 for my slug gun. Best pump shotgun ever made.

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870 express. First and only shotgun (so far).

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WINGMASTER

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Remington 870 express magnum. Best. Gun. Ever.

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870 express

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