Ergo Shotgun Stock Adapter for Remington 20-gauge now shipping

The Ergo Stock Adapter gives users the ability to mount AR stocks on shotguns. (Photo: Ergo)

Ergo announced its Remington 20-gauge Shotgun Stock Adapter is officially headed to consumers, allowing gun owners to install their favorite AR style stocks onto the Remington 20-gauge shotgun.

The 20-gauge Stock Adapter works with most AR-15 style stocks, pistol grips in addition to a pistol arm brace on the TAC-14. The adapter is also compatible with mil spec or commercial buffer tubes, Ergo said. Made from fiber reinforced polymer, the Stock Adapter is impact, temperature and chemical resistant. Additionally, its built for a lifetime of use, according to the company.

The Stock Adapter comes with all necessary mounting gear and does accommodate iron sights and optics.

The Stock Adapter comes with all the necessary tools for mounting. (Photo: Ergo)

“This stock adapter is the only fiber reinforced polymer (frp) stock adapter on the market for Remington 870 20 gauge,” Ergo said in a news release. “It’s an inexpensive way to start your custom 20 gauge 870 build.”

The Remington 20-gauge Shotgun Stock Adapter from Ergo retails for $39.

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