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Old 04-24-2009, 02:12 AM   #1
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I have a 870 express 20 gauge, just recently put on a knoxx adjustable stock, and the gun was wood colored, and now i want to go all black, the lone forend just looks out of place now...

When i use the stock forend, and i wear my carhart, the sleeve would get caught in it, and jam me up, not good if i ever NEED that 2nd shot...

are there any cheap aftermarket forends that will eliminate the need to slide over the receiver and have a pinching point?

i am seeing a bunch of them, but for the 12 gauge only... i need it for a 20..

all recomendations are welcome!
thanks, erick



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Old 04-28-2009, 01:19 PM   #2
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Get a Choate. I just got one for my 20 ga. Looks good and fits well. I just need to trim some of the "casting slag" where the mold halves came together.

MidwayUSA - Choate Forend Remington 870 Lightweight 20 Gauge Composite Black



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does that one stop at the reciever, or ride over it like the stock one, hows it feel?

i'm liking the price

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It's a shorty. It feels good, but I still need to take a razor blade to the molding slag. It has a textured, non-slip feel to it. You can quickly pick it up by the forend and it not slip from your hand. Even if your half asleep!

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wow, thanks for the pics, you have the same stock i have, and i'm liking the looks of it...

put my order in for one, thanks!

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wow, thanks for the pics, you have the same stock i have, and i'm liking the looks of it...

put my order in for one, thanks!
Welcome. It looks much more "powerful" now.

I want to add another something to my collection now. Too many guns, not enough time, and definately not enough money or bullets!


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