Posted August 9, 2018 1:02 pm by Comments

By G&A Staff

Reload and respond faster with the Remington 870 DM Magpul 12 Gauge shotgun.

Reload and respond faster with the Remington 870 DM Magpul 12 Gauge shotgun.

While pump shotguns have been serving in a defensive role for decades, their Achilles heel has been the inevitably slow reload when compared to other platforms that feature a detachable magazine (DM). Feeding one round at a time into a tubular magazine is slower and requires some dexterity that may be unavailable in a stressful situation for some folks. For some of us, shotgun reloads can be timed with a
sundial — until now.

Remington’s new 870 DM pairs a detachable box magazine with the iconic and time-­tested 870 shotgun. (Since 1950, more than 11 million have been manufactured.) Now with a detachable mag, the 870 shotgun is an even stronger selection for defense.

The detachable box magazine is constructed of polymer and steel, and carries six shells. Shield-graphic texturing provides grip during insertion or removal. G&A's testing showed the magazines will not drop from the receiver, but need to be pulled from the magazine well.

The detachable box magazine is constructed of polymer and steel, and carries six shells. Shield-graphic texturing provides grip during insertion or removal. G&A’s testing showed the magazines will not drop from the …Read the Rest

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