Remington 870 Safety Key

Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by matthew24, Jun 6, 2009.

  1. matthew24

    matthew24 New Member

    Hey, I recently purchased a synthetic Remington 870 Express 16-gauge shotgun from a pawn shop. On the gun, there is a safety mechanism that requires a key to unlock. I believe the key is known as an ISS key (internal safety something). To operate this gun, I'm going to need to purchase this key. Does anyone know if all of the ISS keys are the same for Remington shotguns? Thank you for any responses.:confused:
  2. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

    Ummm- that would be NO for $200, Alex.

    C&P from Remington-

    "How can I get another ISS key to unlock my firearm?"

    In order to send out the key, you will need to send or fax a copy of your receipt and a copy of your driver's license to the address below. If it is a warranty replacement, we must also have a copy of the sales receipt.

    Remington Arms Company
    P.O. Box 700
    870 Remington Drive
    Madison, NC 27025-0700

    If you wish to purchase additional keys or for price and availability, you can order these by calling us at 1-800-243-9700 M-F 9-5 EST.

  3. cameronguyton

    cameronguyton New Member

    That kind of sucks about the key. I've got a 16 gauge 870 Wingmaster that is real fun to shoot. Kicks like a 12 gauge! Post some pics if you can.