The Remington Model 870 Wingmaster is a pump-action hunting shotgun chambered in 12 gauge, 16 gauge, 20 gauge, 28 gauge and .410. The Wingmaster is the papa bear of the M870 family of pump-action shotguns that offers a variety of hunting and tactical models. It was introduced in 1950 as an economically priced shotgun and, to this day, the line still stays true to its roots. Although most M870 Express shotguns have a synthetic stock, the Wingmaster has an American walnut stock with a polished finish with a blued barrel. And, it is available with a 25″, 26″, 28″ or 30″ barrel. Remington recommends the Wingmaster for hunting any winged game.
Model 870 Wingmaster
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