New mag-fed shotguns front, center at the Remington booth (VIDEO)

 

The new Remington Model 870DM shotguns on display at the company’s booth during SHOT Show 2018 in Las Vegas. (Photo: Daniel Terrill/Guns.com)

Remington Arms showcased their new line of magazine-fed shotguns during the 40th annual SHOT Show in Las Vegas last week. The popular new set up was front and center at Remington’s booth with six configurations of the Model 870 DM — standing for “detachable magazine” — on display.

All the models function using a Magpul-designed magazine with either a three- or six-round capacity. Otherwise variants range in size, color and stock options.

There are five full-length models with a shoulder stock chambered in 12 gauge that increase in price with the number of features. The basic model comes with a either black synthetic or wood stock and retails for $529 while the tactical models — equipped with rails, fiber optic sights, a pistol grip, etc — retail for $799.

 

The Remington 870 Tac-14, which isn’t part of the new line up but kind of is, was off to the side at the Remington booth during SHOT Show 2018 in Las Vegas. (Photo: Daniel Terrill/Guns.com)

The sixth new mag-fed shotgun, the Model 870 Tac-14, is a non-NFA shorty. Although it just has pistol grip (no stock), it uses a Magpul fore-grip. It comes with either a 18- or 20-inch barrel.

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