Remington delivers 6-pack of new 870 offerings with detachable magazines (PHOTOS)
By Chris Eger
Each model in the DM series has an ambidextrous magazine release in front of the magazine well, reminiscent of the Tavor (Photos: Remington)
Big Green’s new 870 DM series has a little something for everyone in a range that includes tactical and home defense models, a boar blaster, and a Tac-14 Shockwave firearm.
Announced Tuesday, Remington‘s fresh take on the tried-and-true 870 pump brings a three- or six-shell detachable magazine to the mix on each of a half-dozen new variants. Each 12-gauge ships with a single proprietary six-shot mag with the exception of the 870 DM Tactical /Predator — which sports Kryptek Highlander camo and is billed as a turkey and hog gun– that includes both a three and a six-shot detachable box, though Remington advises additional magazines will be available for purchase.
The 870 DM Magpul, the model first to hit the market, includes a Magpul SGA stock and MOE M-Lok forend with a Super Cell recoil pad. The 18.5-inch Rem Choke barrel includes an extended ported tactical choke and is equipped with XS steel front and ghost ring rear sights, the latter mounted on a Picatinny rail section above the receiver. MSRP is $799.
The more sedate 870 DM, priced at $529,