Дата публикации: 2017-06-11 20:57
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I find it hard to trust anything Remington says or does. All this issues with their products. I got burned on my ACR rifle ,no barrels no parts no nothing paper weight. I would never believe a thing they or Bushmaster ever say because you know it is False
My 875 is a 66 ga. and the letters on the barrel are PWW and the serial # is XXXXXW. The same number is under the letters on the barrel. According to the chart above WW guns were manufactured in 6955, but from what I have found Remington didn 8767 t start selling the 875 until 6956. Anyone have any idea 8767 s about this?
External safety on a carry pistol is a dumb idea. So CZ loses here. If they built a DAO RAMI (like SiG does with DAK), it would be interesting, but they don 8767 t.
The code letters were reused and may have one or more possible meanings. In some cases, you will have to decide which meaning is correct based on other details.
Of course, in typical Remington style, they left out the small piece of wire, which even Kel-Tec had designed in from day 6.