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Remington 870 Aftermarket Stock (Buttstock) Options Choices

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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2011 3:19 pm
Remington Owners would like to help our members when deciding on what stock (buttstock) is best for you and your Remington 870. There are so many options/choices available at the moment that it can be quite hard picking one. We will continue to test and review the various options available. If you know of a stock (buttstock) for the Remington 870 that is not currently on the list please post up and I will add it.

Collapsible / Folding
ATI Tactical Top Folding Stock
ATI Talon Tactical Stock
ATI Talon Tactical Stock w/ Aluminum Upgrade
ATI Tactical 6 Position Side Folding Stock
ATI Tactical Stock w/ Pistol Grip
BLACKHAWK SpecOps Folder Shotgun Stock
BLACKHAWK SpecOps NRS Shotgun Stock
BLACKHAWK SpecOps Adjustable Shotgun Stock
Choate Side Folder Stock
Choate Top Folder
Phoenix Technology Kicklite Tactical Stock
FAB-Defense AGR870 FK M4 Folding Butt Stock for Remington 870
FAB-Defense AGR870 FK SB M4 Butt Stock for Remington 870 w/ Shock Absorber
FAB-Defense UAS870 Remington 870 solid piece pistol Grip and UAS butt stock with polymer folding knuckle
Mesa Tactical Urbino Tactical Stock

Pistol Grip
ATI Pistol Grip
BLACKHAWK BreachersGrip Shotgun Stock
Hogue Tamer Shotgun Pistol Grip
Speedfeed Pistol Grip Stock
Phoenix Technology Kicklite Rear Pistol Grip

Fixed
ATI Buttstock / Pistol Grip
ATI Akita Adjustable Stock
BLACKHAWK CompStock Shotgun Stock
BOYDS' Sterling Thumbhole Stock
Choate Lightweight Pistol Grip Stock
Choate Pistol Grip Youth Body Armor Stock
Choate Conventional Mark 5 Stock
Choate MK5 Pistol Grip Stock
Choate MK 6 Stock
Choate Conventional Skeletonize Stock
Hogue OverMolded Shotgun Stock
Hogue OverMolded Shotgun Stock 12" L.O.P.
Speedfeed Sport Stock
Speedfeed Youth Model Stock 13"
SpeedFeed Monte Carlo Stock
Speedfeed I Buttstock With Integral Magazine Tubes
Speedfeed II Solid Stock
Speedfeed III Tactical Stock With Integral Magazine Tubes
Speedfeed IV Tactical Stock
Speedfeed IV-S Shortened Tactical Stock
Speedfeed IV Tactical Stock
Speedfeed IV-S Tactical Stock 13"
Phoenix Technology Kicklite Sporter Stock
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:52 pm
You need to add the mesa tactical options...
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2011 3:50 pm
Has anyone used the remington sure -shot stocks? I am trying to tame the recoil on my 870 slug gun after todays nose bleed at the range. Currently i have the standard walnut stock with a limbsaver pad. The recoil with 2 3/4 hornady sabots is still extream on the bench. Need help fast as the hunt starts in a week.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 09, 2012 4:03 pm
vmax wrote:Has anyone used the remington sure -shot stocks? I am trying to tame the recoil on my 870 slug gun after todays nose bleed at the range. Currently i have the standard walnut stock with a limbsaver pad. The recoil with 2 3/4 hornady sabots is still extream on the bench. Need help fast as the hunt starts in a week.

vmax,

I installed a 'Sure-Shot' stock on my 870 12 ga. this past Fall for the same reason you're looking at it. It's been my experience that the SS stock definitely helps reduce the felt recoil of the slug and buckshot loads. I need to do some target work with the slugs and rifled choke yet, but at least it's manageable now without being beat up.

However, I personally don't like the feel of the SS grip ergonomics. The angle isn't right for me and will probably be changing to either a SpeedFeed II or III, or something else eventually. YMMV.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 10, 2012 4:57 pm
Hi new to the site and starting to explore. I saw your list of available stocks and did not see the one I have installed on the list so I figured I would share.

This is the Boyds Sterling Thumbhole stock. I also have the matching fore end installed and they are very nice and well built.

http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/Replacement-Stocks-for-the-Remington-870-Shotgun-s/43.htm
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 10, 2012 6:41 pm
Thanks for the info and Welcome to Remington Owners!

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:20 pm
I have the 20 ga. Express, and wondering what some of the better options would be for that? The majority of the stocks that I've seen, at least as far as the tactical looking ones almost all say they're for 12 ga.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:59 am
I'm going with this. Sweet!

http://www.bullpupunlimited.com/

Edit: Decided against. Looks sweet, but at $350, I think not. Handled an 870 with the ShurShot stock and fore grip and have ordered a set. $71 including shipping for camo.

EDIT #2: Received! I'm loving this, I shoot this much better now. Haven't a clue why, just seems more natural. Trap anyway, will have to see on birds this spring.

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I kept the original thick rubber butt plate, the replacement it came with was plastic with some foamy rubber. Was really lightweight and felt kinda cheap. Reusing the original rubber butt plate makes this shotgun more balanced.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 4:48 pm
Hello all,

New here, first post..

Just ordered a few stocks to figure out what I like. Ordered one that was not on the OP's list. If it was but just shortened my apologies!

ATI Remington Talon Tactical Adjustable Stock with Scorpion System, Triton Mount System and Adjustable Cheekrest.

Is there a thread with ALL the compatible "bolt on's" for this saw? :mrgreen:

Thanks!!
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 8:09 pm
rootbrain wrote:I'm going with this. Sweet!

http://www.bullpupunlimited.com/

Edit: Decided against. Looks sweet, but at $350, I think not. Handled an 870 with the ShurShot stock and fore grip and have ordered a set. $71 including shipping for camo.

EDIT #2: Received! I'm loving this, I shoot this much better now. Haven't a clue why, just seems more natural. Trap anyway, will have to see on birds this spring.

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I kept the original thick rubber butt plate, the replacement it came with was plastic with some foamy rubber. Was really lightweight and felt kinda cheap. Reusing the original rubber butt plate makes this shotgun more balanced.

Rootbrain

I had that stock,I didn't like it! It was on my turkey gun, and shooting 3.5" Hevi-shot magnum blends with a Hevi-13 choke tube will rock your world. I've bruised my face a few times! Went back to my supercell butt stock


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