I'm going to start with the "Bad" and keep it real with you. When I first purchased my 870 I took it to the range, I shot two shells of Hordany 00 buck and on the second shot it had a failure to extract. I had to literally take it apart in the middle of the range and get that spent shell out of the barrel. It would not pry out and I had to stick a rod down the barrel and hit that shell out. After that I put it back together and kept firing, I shot about 50 shells and each tube full of ammo the same thing would happen aleast twice. I'm getting very annoyed at this point so I decide to try it one last time, shot it once, and the front sight flew off. Yes, I swear to god, I spent a good hour trying to find it after it flew off my weapon. I'm beyond mad at this point. I bought a Remington for a reason, not for this. I took it back and it was fixed within two days, the milled out a little bit of the barrel so the shell would fit in better and put in a new shell extractor. All free of charge, which it had better of been or I was going straight to Remington.
Now with the good stuff. I love this shotgun, it's perfect for what I use it for. Now I know I probably jut got a "bad" 870 but these shotguns really are quality and I would buy another.
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