Yes. It is a somewhat economy version of the Wingmaster, and there is no better pump gun. Remington has used the Sportsman label on guns for about a hundred years. The very early ones were semi autos. The Sportsman pump was introduced in the mid 80s and the ones I have seen had excellent blued metal work and hardwood stocks. They were Remington's first attempt at reducing the prices, and they immediately preceded the Express. They were better finished than the early Expresses, and way better finished than the later ones. They also made a Sportsman Auto version of the 1100. I heard they suffered in sales because the uninitiated did not realize they were essentially the same gun as the 870 and 1100. Hence they changed the name to 870 Express on the pump, and dropped the auto when the 11-87 came along. They offered a black matte 1100 for a few years after that. The plan was the 11-87 would supplant the 1100, but the 1100 refused to die. The first 11-87 Premiers were very good looking well finished guns, but the early RemChoke barrels were heavier than the old barrels, and it affected the handling and really put off a lot of 1100 lovers. They soon fixed the weight issue, but the 11-87s image damage was done. I sold a very early 11-87 in the duck blind to one of the great O/U lovers of all time. He liked the added weight forward, and that is still his main waterfowl gun today.
You can usually get a very good deal on those 80s Sportsman guns because a lot of people don't know much about them.