Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Lightweight Shotgun
Lightweight, small-frame receivers
Satin-finished American walnut stocks, forends
High-polish blued finish on receivers, barrels
Vent rib barrels
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Product Descriptionhe Remington Wingmaster Lightweight pump-action 20-gauge shotgun is built on the lightweight, superb-handling, small-frame receivers that their original counterparts first introduced. Stocks and forends of each are made of satin finished American walnut and decorated by generous cut checkering. Receivers and barrels have a high-polish blued finish. Their vent rib barrels each have ivory front and steel mid-beads.
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Q:Pros and cons between the 28" barrel gun and the 26" barrel gun. I am purchasing for my teenage son, does it matter which size barrel?Asked on 12/3/2009 by Anonymous
A:No pros or cons. The 28" barrel is a field barrel. The 26" barrel is a trap/skeet barrel. Wider spread with the 26", not as much distance.Answered on 3/6/2013 by Joe from Florida
A:Usually, barrel length depends on the shotgun's primary useage. Will it be used mainly in open field-type terrain, say pheasant, dove/quail hunting? If it was me, I'd strongly consider the 28" barrel length. Busting brush after ruffed grouse and cottontails? I'd consider the 26" barrel option. Other items to ponder-the 28" barreled 20 ga. Wingmaster is available with the satin finish walnut stock, the 26" with the high-gloss finish. Also, the 28" barrel is noticeably easier on the ears when it comes to muzzle blast.Answered on 3/26/2010 by SmallGameAddict from Mexico, NY