The new Remington Model 887 Nitro Mag pump gun is inspired (and some-what designed) on the old-reliable Model 870. But the M887 has fresh and hearty features like a rugged ArmorLokt coating which prevents rust on most exterior surfaces and new SuperCell recoil pad reduces the felt recoil up to 54 percent. The 12-gauge handles up to 3-1/2-inch loads and is available in black synthetic or camouflage (of course). And, this new scattergun typically sells for only $450 or so.
Remington knows something about pump guns. After all, the Model 870 is touted as the best-selling, most popular pump of all time. However this time, Remington over-built their new Model 887 Nitro Magnum to better handle hard-core hunting abuse like accidental encounters with barbed wire, or a rough ride in the bottom of a Jon boat. And its synthetic stock and fore-end are ergonomically contoured to offer a positive grip, solid aiming and smooth shooting.
But action speaks louder than words. Our camera followed along as the new Mossy-Oak-adorned M887 performed flawlessly on a duck hunt in northern Ohio. Here are some picturesque highlights from the trip:
Learn more at: www.remington.com and www.mossyoak.com