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Handguns Gun Directory - Remington 870 SPS Turkey

 
GUN: REMINGTON 870 SPS TURKEY

Barrel: 20, 21, 23 inches; Rem Choke tubes.

Weight: 7 1/4 to 9 lbs.

Finish: Matte-black or Mossy Oak Break-Up camouflage CL/RD has red-dot sight or twin beads; 870 SPS-T Synthetic RS/TG has rifle sights.

Stock: Black or camouflage-covered synthetic.

Gauge: 12

Price: $591 to $595

Notes: Chamber: 3-, 3 1/2 inches

: Model 870 SPS-T Super Magnum Camouflage CL/RD has red-dot sight or twin beads; 870 SPS-T Synthetic RS/TG has rifle sights.

Manufacturer: Remington

 
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