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Remington 887 Nitro Mag

It pays to have a gun that can take punishment in stride, and the 887 Nitro Mag definitely does the trick.

Some waterfowl hunters I know take better care of their decoys than their shotguns. I once hunted with a guy who spent most of an hour meticulously wiping down, un-staking and organizing a couple hundred goose silhouettes, only to totally ignore the mud clumps and wheat chaff clinging to his gun. Guess it all comes down to priorities.

Remington realizes that gun care may not be the first thing on waterfowlers’ minds when they’re afield, and the company has a new 12-gauge, slide-action shotgun designed to withstand all the abuse a day in the duck blind can dish out. No, the gun is not another version of the Model 870, nor is it intended to replace the Model 870. Instead, the Model 887 Nitro Mag takes pump shotguns in a completely different direction, using a hi-tech shell of polymer to ward off the elements and other things that can shorten a gun’s field life.

The entire receiver and barrel of the 887 is covered in a sheath of overmolded, glass-filled nylon material that Remington refers to as ArmorLokt. Of course, steel is present beneath the polymer. The relationship is beneficial to both materials, with the steel lending strength while the polymer protects it from corrosion, dents and other hazards.The receiver starts in Remington’s Ilion, N.Y., factory as a stamped-and-welded steel frame. It is placed into a mold, which is then injected with the ArmorLokt polymer material. Perforations in the frame, along with the mold design, allow the ArmorLokt to completely encase both the exterior and interior steel surfaces and form the finished component.

Manufacturers have come up with a host of treatments to protect a gun’s metal surfaces, but overmolding the barrel with polymer is a unique concept. Remington first cold-hammer forges the 887’s barrel blank from 4140 steel, and then, in a process similar to the receiver construction, fuses the ArmorLokt to the blank’s exterior via injection-molding. The polymer envelops the blank in a .041-inch-thick shell, with the integral barrel rib and rectangular design impressions also being formed in the mold. A green HiViz LitePipe front bead and red polymer mid bead ride atop the barrel rib.

Remington calls ArmorLokt impermeable and has test results to back it up. Company engineers subjected 887 barrels to salt-corrosion and submersion tests, cross-sectioning each test barrel after the trials to ensure the ArmorLokt had not leaked or separated from the steel. They also fired more than 10,000 rounds through a single 887 barrel, again testing for separation. In all the tests, ArmorLokt held up to the abuse, making the 887 an ideal shotgun for less-than-ideal conditions—like lying in a muddy cornfield during a sleet storm or hunting honkers on the Chesapeake Bay.

But there’s more going on here than just a plastic coating. For starters, the 887 utilizes a rotary breech bolt that locks up with dual recesses in the barrel extension, as opposed to the single-lugged locking block of the 870. A stout claw extractor, coupled with a blade-type ejector along the left receiver wall, expels empty hulls from the action port.

Perhaps the best characteristic of the 887 in terms of user-friendliness is the design and location of the slide release. Instead of a little tab of metal located along the left side of the trigger guard like on the 870, the 887’s slide release is a large, triangular button conveniently nestled into the top half of the trigger guard’s face. It is much easier to reach with the index finger, especially when that finger is covered with a glove or numb from the cold, or both.

The slide release and trigger guard are integral to the 887’s trigger plate assembly, which corrects another problem often associated with the 870. Molded from the same ArmorLokt polymer as the receiver and barrel, the trigger plate assembly houses the fire-control components, along with the carrier and both shell latches. Drifting out two cross-pins frees the trigger plate assembly from the receiver with the shell latches intact. No more fumbling with loose shell latches, as is prone to eventually happen if you tear down your 870 enough times. Disassembling the rest of the 887 is even easier, because it requires nary a tool. Remington is offering two variations of the 887 this year: an all-black version and one covered in Realtree Advantage Max-4 HD camo. Both have a barrel length of 28 inches and a 31/2-inch chamber, along with a composite fore-end and buttstock ending in a SuperCell recoil pad. The barrel of each version is threaded to accept Rem Chokes.

It pays to have a gun that can take punishment in stride; worrying about its finish is no way to spend a day in the field. The Model 887 Nitro Mag will be right at home in the bottom of a duck boat amongst the wet and dirty decoys. Just try to take some time to clean it every now and then. 

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69 Responses to Remington 887 Nitro Mag

Dave wrote:
December 30, 2013

Anyone that says this is a great shotgun either got really lucky, works for Remington, or knows nothing about bird hunting. I've hunted just about every type of upland bird and waterfowl you'll find in the US with many makes and models of shotgun. But I'm completely ashamed of myself for trusting the Remington brand and not doing some research before buying this junk. I've had both problems you'll find on many forums online; shell ejection and horrible patterning. I've sent it to an authorized Remington service center and after holding onto it for 6 weeks, nothing was fixed. I've patterned it with 4 different chokes, the latest being an adjustable Truglo, and with loads ranging from $5 a shell Hevi-shots to inexpensive Remington or Winchester loads; all shot sizes. This gun absolutely shoots low and struggles to place any kind of tight, consistent pattern even at 25 yards. Do not buy this as a turkey gun, and if you buy it for waterfowl, be prepared to ignore the leveling bead and aim a couple feet high at 35-40 yards. Good luck, I'll never buy another Remington again.

David wrote:
March 10, 2013

Just wanted to say that i saw this shotgun at the gun store the other day. I'm not much of a shotgun guy but wanted one to round out my collection. After doing some research, I am very disappointed at lack of consistent quality being reported by owners. The worse part is that Adam Heggenstaller's review isn't so much a review by first person accounts as it is a synopsis of the Remington advertising literature. I wonder how Adam's review would have reflected on the 877 had he range tested it for just one day.

Steven wrote:
February 06, 2013

Bought the black composite 887 two years ago because i loved my 870, thought it looked bad and my younger brother needed a 12ga. I've heard and read about lots of people having problems with theirs and was glad to either be smart enough to use it where it worked or just got lucky..... or so i thought. i worked flawlessly the first year, never had a problem with it. This season it had a few feeding/ejection problems (after a shot it would not load live shell into the ramp until the bolt started to close and then the shell would come out the mag tube and once the fore end went up the shell would fall out the bottom on the ground or water ). It did not do this everytime but enough to piss me off and miss birds. I learned right of the bat to shoot this gun you have to push the forensic forward so the firing pin will hit right or if just cycling through shells to push the release button it needs to be pushed forward. Now though unfortunately my gun is inoperable. I took it apart and cleaned it put it together cycled all different shells through for fun haha and to make sure it still worked and at first it worked great then out of nowhere the fired won't lock closed . I can pump it freely. I took the cap off checked everything out looks fine but after putting the cap on the forend is latched closed and the release button cannot be push. If I loosen the cap back up and pull the barrel out a 1/4 in then it goes back to pumping freely. Guess I have to call Remington and mail it in. Makes me sad because I do like the gun when it was working

Austin wrote:
February 04, 2013

This is my first gun that I got this year for christmas and all I have to say is that it is an awesome gun. Just over the weekend, I put a solid 500+ 2 3/4" shells skeet shooting, and 50+ 3 1/2" shells duck hunting with absolutely no problems. I was walking out the the duck blind and the shoulder strap slipped off my shoulder and the gun plopped into 3 feet of water and then mud! Right as I got to the stand a duck flew by and BAM! Got it without a single problem.

Alex wrote:
January 09, 2013

Bought mine over a year ago and have put well over 2000 shells (mostly 3in) through it from the Walmart bulk pack to higher end steel shot for waterfowl hunting. I'm very meticulous about my gun care; I did a total break down right out of the box, clean it after every 2-300 shells, and EVERY time I come in from the field, as I was active Army and have never had a feeding problem or jam. The only "problem" to speak of is after a long day of shooting the magazine cap can come loose making it so the barrel slides a bit forward not seating the shell correctly causing a misfire. Frustrating when you go to take your first bird of day 2 and hear a click. Simple fix, tighten the cap and shoot away. As a gun for the field I would recommend the 887. Just make sure you get the exact kind you want because there are not a lot of aftermarket accessories for it. I'm having a hell of a time trying to find a stock and action in the waterfowl pattern.

John wrote:
December 28, 2012

My Wife bought me an 887 nitro mag for our anniversary 3 years ago worked great for 2 years now nothing but problems spitting out extra rounds jamming up won't eject 2 3/4 3 1/2 forget about it ain't happening! Just got home from a deployment cause im active duty army all i wanted to do is hunt, Glad this season is ruined so depressing! Pretty awesome my warranty is up! :(

Matt s wrote:
December 03, 2012

This was my very first gun I've ever owned. Love it! Compaired it to the mossburg 12. And the 887 is just so much better. I shoot about every weekend. No problems what so ever. I've shot about 3-400 shells through it. Amazing. Recommend to anyone!

Dwight wrote:
December 02, 2012

I was looking at the 887 nitro to buy new.Looked at two--could not tighten the barrel on either gun-you could twist the barrel slightly as if not tightened-IDEAS?

Chuck wrote:
November 23, 2012

I'm thinking buying the remington 887,and i was wondering if it is a good gun to buy

Nathan wrote:
November 11, 2012

Iv had one for about 4 years now had a few problems with double feeding, BUT it is mostly user error. I never cleaned as much as I should have, I now clean it after every skeet session (250-500 rounds) it's very easy to take apart and since then it has worked flawlessly for the last 4000 rounds or so.

JWS wrote:
November 08, 2012

I have a 887 nitro mag and the metal piece on the bolt slides up past where it should and jams the bolt foward. Anybody no how to get rid of this?

Travis Trout wrote:
November 04, 2012

One of the toughest shotguns out there benelli has nothing on the durability of this gun I have put 3,000 shells through mine it has been thrown dropped dragged and at the bottom of a creek for over an hour and still functioned with out any problems best shotgun for all around

Tim wrote:
November 01, 2012

I've been an Remington customer for years and this is thE WORST firearm ever! Loading problems, ejecting problems , missfires/ light primer strikes... It's been to a Remington gunsmith 4 times and sent in to the factory in NY and still doesn't work. I'm just gonna use as a anchor for my Jon boat

ardoctor wrote:
October 31, 2012

Anyone with problems with their 887, you can fix it pretty easily by disassembly, polish and lap the mating surfaces of the bolt and carrier. these should be stoned and reassembled several times to avoid over removal of material. This will make the firearm function like it is on bearings if done properly. If you don't want to do this yourself you can reach me at, and I will assist you. This is basic gunsmithing. I can give you a list of materials to get for this repair. I have fit and finished several firearms at my shop, this kind of operation is my most requested service. I have a lube that you can request that will complete the job. 1oz $6.00 shipped free. If you have this type off problem don't give up on the 887, it has real potential. For the buckshot hunters I can fix the point of aim just as easy. Ashworth College gunsmith #G1201294

Eddie wrote:
October 20, 2012

It's an ok gun. Use it for trap mostly but only problem is that it jams once in a while and when it does jam on me it will jam for the whole day. Fustrating.

donavan wrote:
October 16, 2012

I have had my 887 nitro mag for some time I strip it down an clean every inch every time I shoot never had a problem yet shoot way over 2000 shells the problems u r have sound like u don't clean it much I strongly recommend this gun from home defense to out in the field to hunting

Gunner wrote:
October 08, 2012

I think problems are from not reassembling gun correctly after cleaning - you need 3 hands.

Travis wrote:
October 02, 2012

I borrowed the 887 from a buddy to take duck hunting last weekend. Im going tomorrow to pick one up for me. I loved it, smooth shooting no malfunctions and durab e. Suggest kepping it oiled as that could be the reason for all your field malfunctions.

Madrabbit64 wrote:
August 19, 2012

My 887 jammed and locked forward the first time I used it. Took it home and completely disassembled it, oiled it and reassembled it. Now it works great, comes from the factory with little or no oil. I suggest cleaning and oiling it as soon as you get it home. Great shotgun, glad I bought it now.

Tim wrote:
July 25, 2012

I bought the gun a couple weeks ago. Put it all together and emptied 50 rounds that day. Took it home, took it apart, cleaned it up, and put it back together. As I was testing the pump I noticed it would not go all the way down. Took it apart and realized the problem was the rail clip under the barrel. Made sure to place it as close as possible to the receiver and haven't had a problem since. Best shotgun I've ever owned to date.

z.h wrote:
July 18, 2012

people who say it has jammed and missfired are nuts. ive had one for 2 years havnt had a single problem.

jeff wrote:
July 18, 2012

Bought the this shotgun last winter and have owned several remmingtons over the year this 1 sat in my closet loaded with 3.5' 4 shot very expensive ammo! Sinece I bought it for home defense I liked the idea of 3.5' wow what a cannon ..took it out and shot it today I had to slam the the butte down as hard as I could to get the slide to eject atheist spend hull same thing every shot off to say the least! Why didn't I buy the mossberg 590 heatshield like I knew I should! On the phone to remmington don't want the gun fixed just don't want it now will never trust my familys safety to it ever.....all the talk about oppeeator malfunction and cheep ammo is a bunch of crape I have owned over 15 fifteenth types of riot as the called in the day and I'm telling you that's mother problem the problem is remmington has a big lemon why don't they recall them SAVE YOUR MONEY AND SAVE YOURSELF THE FRUSTRATION THEIR JUNK !!!!!!!!!

James wrote:
June 19, 2012

Got a chance to shoot my 887 tactical yesterday... VERY disappointed, 2-3 out of 10 rounds would feed correctly and the bolt would rarely lock in the breech. After 20+ rounds of different makes and shot size I put it back in the case out of frustration. I have had a 870, 500, and a 590, none of those guns ever failed to fire a single round or fail to lock the bolt in the breech. I am trying to resolve the problem with Remington, I will repost when there is a conclusion.

Jade wrote:
May 17, 2012

Best shotgun I have ever owned! I know a lot of folks are loyal to the tried and true 870 but let me tell you, the thing blows it away!!! Patterns much tighter, shoots softer, killer location of slide release, is a joy to care for, pulls up and aims much quicker and will eat any combo of ammo you throw at not be afraid of something will not be disappointed! One word of advice...just like a good hand gun, do not limp wrist it or short stroke it...a precision firearm needs to be fire and handled correctly!!! Don't blame the gun...learn to do it right! Enough said, go get you one!

Nick wrote:
April 29, 2012

Just picked up my 887 4 days ago good tight gun no problems. I've shot 2 3/4' 3' and 3 1/2' shells through it and no problems so far very sound gun and good for the price

Shane wrote:
April 15, 2012

Ive had mine for two years. Once I got over short stroking it we got along fine. It's used for waterfowl and turkey only shooting heavy loads. It has stood up well. For the money paid it has been great.

Bill wrote:
March 29, 2012

If you're considering one a Remington 887 I would say "Don't let the internet drive you crazy." This is an awesome shotgun for coastal waterfowling. If you grew up shooting an 870 like I did, this is a natural progression. If you're someone who beats the hell out of your shotgun, you won't be sorry.

kirk wrote:
March 29, 2012

My 887 nitro mag tactical works great. Hundreds of rounds all sizes no problems. Keep posting negative comments so i can buy a few more at an even better price! Haha

A.G. wrote:
March 25, 2012

I bought the 887 Nitro and it fired about 3 shots correctly and then will not extract but with great ans slamming force. After that it did not load a new shell and I could not unload it either. The release button was pressed in and did not fire neither. Brought the gun back and a few days later received a brand new one. The same problems. I was useless! Will not cycle, nor extract nor load correctly. The gunshop found the problem finaly: The loading twist head is to tight. They filed a bit away from the turning head till it goes easy. Since then it shoots all brands of shells without any problems (till date I shot about 3 boxes of 3 different brands).

Terrence Carter wrote:
March 14, 2012

Bought this 887 in standard black stock and I was mixed about it the first couple of outings I did have the action feel like it was sticking but in reality it has to be broken in I say if you buy it break it in right but Ive shot the benelli nova pump and several 870's and several pump actions this 887 is by far my favorite one of them all I have never had a real problem out of it just the operator error in getting used to the pump it was a great addition to my waterfowling I say buy yourself a patternmaster black cloud and shoot the federal black cloud ammo I have never shot a better combination I patterned this and was shooting about a hundred bb's out of 2 shot at 50 yards I loved it great buy for the price definately better than the benelli in my opinion

travis wrote:
February 21, 2012

I see a lot of poeple are having problems similar to some of the one I have had happen to me the main problem I'm having is 2 3/4 shells catchin on the way out but when I swiched to high quality 3' and 3 1/2' shells gun shoots great and is dead on I would recomend the gun for a someone that isn't afraid to buy more expensive ammo

Greg Gunn wrote:
January 27, 2012

Good gun, never a misfire. Action was stiff the first few dozen shells, now is very smooth. Not sure how or why people are havingnproblems with the gun

Justin. wrote:
January 25, 2012

i have recently discovered this 887 nitro mag and need a yes or no from real duck hunters like me, "yes or no" to the remington 887 nitro mag.

Ruschster wrote:
January 23, 2012

Bought one with a iron (plastic) sight slug barrel, used. I loved the coating concept and look even if a bit bulky with gloves. Mechanically junk, slugs on paper were tight but 6-7" low, the receiver had to be slammed shut or the mag could not be loaded (tough when sneaking out of the truck in the am deer hunt). Sometimes it spit two on eject. Seeing those problems in other reviews, I ran the 887 back to the store and picked up an 870 express combo and real glad I did.

SPC REECE wrote:
January 19, 2012

Recently bought the 887, brought it home and put the barrel on then realized the rib on the barrel had an extreme curve to it to the point that it threw the rear sight way off of the front. took it back to sportmans warehouse to trade it for a different one and the last 2 that they had were the same way! I'm guessing a manufacturing defect... check your gun before you buy it!!!

Spencer wrote:
January 17, 2012

Bought two 887s. One for my son and one for myself.His jammed and would not pump right out of the box. Mine got wet (daa duck hunting) and by end of hunt it jammed and would not pump. Both jammed and would have ruined the hunt if we had not brought our trusty 870s as a backup.

Johnny wrote:
January 13, 2012

Bought an 887 last Feb. 2011 and it started misfiring and then the action started binding up. Sent it off for repairs and am getting horrible customer service from Remington. It's been over 5 weeks and the gun shop is still waiting for the parts from Remington.

Parker wrote:
January 12, 2012

Im getting this gun for my bday and I've been looking at sites and reviews for months and all I've seen is that you need to clean the gun before your first use then the other problem is how some people pump the action to make the gun lock up and or misfire.

Bill wrote:
January 11, 2012

I just bought mine on Sunday killed 9 geese with it so far with 9 shots never had a problem with it. And only paid 369.00 for it I love it I intend to use the gun like any other Remington I have love everone of them and I have 27 of them best gun out of the box ever

Joe wrote:
January 08, 2012

Great gun. Light, user friendly and looks good. Recently purchased and shot about 200 2 3/4 rounds without a single problem

Jesse wrote:
January 02, 2012

Shot 7 rounds through it, bolt jammed, pump stuck down. Piece of junk, it is a glorified 500 dollar turd...Do not waste your money!

Blayne wrote:
December 15, 2011

Best gun ever shot over 300 ducks with it and not one jam it's the best gun I have ever had

dallas wrote:
December 12, 2011

i got the 887 and the last two hunting its been messing up would not pump like it was frozen

Paul wrote:
December 05, 2011

I have used mine for two seasons and am happy with does exactly what I purchased it for...few worries of scratching or hurting my shotgun. Broke it in with a few hundred rounds of clays, 2.75 and 3" - only operator error getting used to a pump. Now using with goose and upland , I have never had an issue. I would say pay attention in loading shells, ensure shell is placed all the way in.

thomas wrote:
December 04, 2011

Looking to buy a 887 for my son. I got mixed feeling from the comments I read. What do you think?

cory wrote:
December 03, 2011

I love my gun shoots great never had any problem just keep it clean like any other gun and stay away from cheap ammo!

nick wrote:
December 03, 2011

just got mine it seems to only send some shells through to the chamber from the magazine i dont know if its the 2 3/4 shell or what. please email me if you have a suggestion thank you

Frank wrote:
December 02, 2011

I bought one, ran less than a hundred rounds through it over 3 seasons and I constantly have ftf's. I clean it after every hunt. Bps is really the smarter way to go. My buddys family only shoots and has never had a damn problem. I love them and the tang safety is was sweeter.

Not at all happy wrote:
December 02, 2011

Bought this gun new. Start miss firing and had trouble with shells loading from the magazine. Very poor quality, definitely not a gun that will remain in my collection or be passed down to my son. Very disappointed in Remington!!!!!!!!!

Fulmer d wrote:
November 21, 2011

I just bought my 887 nitro mag yesterday best damn shooting pump i have ever shot. I shot the gun prolly 100 to 125 times every shell went through that includes the 2 3/4 up to 3 1/2 they all shot great. I would recommend this to everyone, thanks and also to all who has had one buy a new one they seemed to have worked all the bad out. Seriously me and my friend bought one yesterday and i wouldnt let someone buy it for any amount.

Frank wrote:
November 06, 2011

Browning BPS Stalker. No malfuntions,and very durable. Mine is 18 years old and still looks like new and works great. All this time used for waterfowling only

Steven wrote:
October 27, 2011

I'm shocked to see a positive review of this gun after reading Randy Wakemans review of this gun. Based on his review and comments on another board, I would stay the hell away from this one. Then again, I don't own one but the reputation is not good.

Wings wrote:
August 16, 2011

I'm buying my first gun is this a good gun for upland bird and ducks and turkey if not y

rg wrote:
July 15, 2011

I'm not happy with mine. The bolt wouldn't lock after sliding the fore end forward. I slammed it forward repeatedly and now it seems to lock up with a normal amount of force. I think this is what is leading to so many FTF's. It does not like 2.75" shells. It is about as likely to try and load 2 shells as it is 1. It is also fairly likely to eject the shells out the load port as it is to chamber one. I wonder if they connected the safety to carrier to hold it open and it's a timing issue with the operator (me). I don't see any mention of it in the operators manual tho. Overall, I'm pretty disappointed, it's not like these things are that complex or it's Remington's first try at a pump action. With all these comments on all these boards, no recall or other action from Remington is pretty poor.

JML wrote:
May 26, 2011

iv had this gun for awhile and until this last march on a snow goose hunt nev had a problem but then it wouldnt pickup the next shell or would kick it out the loading gate not sure if its me or the hun but if it happens this fall ill be looking for a new shotgun

T wrote:
May 23, 2011

i don't want to say operator error, but in many of these cases i'd say be careful how you wrap your hand around the pump action as it impedes the ejection of the spent casing appearing as a jam, yet user induced.

walt wrote:
April 22, 2011

I love this gun. Shoot clays with it almost every weekend. Never jammed never miss fired. Easy to take apart and put back together. It was alittle rachetey at first but went away after it was fired a few times. Deffinatley recommend this gun!!

D saurus wrote:
February 14, 2011

best damn gun ever

Jon wrote:
January 31, 2011

I got the 887 nitro mag 26" for Christmas. i love it, i have never had one shell jam or miss fire. i have put 300 rounds through it

JT wrote:
January 07, 2011

My 887 has jammed 4 times in the last 4 days, while goose hunting, costing me several opportunities. Does not eject spent shells. Does not release shells from magazine. Tried to call Remington. Unable to get through due to call volume. Paln on sending it back and then getting rid of it. Same thing happened to a guy I was hunting with. Both our guns purchased last year. Would not recommend this gun to my worst enemy.

Ben wrote:
January 06, 2011

I got my gun a few weeks ago and am having problems with it; It misfires more than it fires. The first two rounds did not even go off. I shot about twelve rounds total, only about six went through. I won this gun, brand new, on a gun ticket, I am glad I did not put out full purchase price. At this point, I cannot recommend this gun. Any suggestions?

Big D wrote:
January 05, 2011

Looks like in your picture you have a custome stock? if so are they hard to find and whats the price thankyou!!

Big D wrote:
January 05, 2011

Ive only had mine a week the only problem im having is the stock is to short for is it worth getting a new stock or trying to find a new butt plate?

J fontenot wrote:
December 19, 2010

I have had the gun for a year now it's been in the shop 5 times and still don't work

gharbin wrote:
November 29, 2010

i bought the guna at bass pro friday and gave it complete hell saturday and sunday i shot six boxes of steel shot shells and completely smacked some ducks itsone of the best guns ive ever had lets just say i got it so dirty and muddy i jus stuck it in my tool box and cleaned it when i got done sunday night and doesnt have a scratch

Sami wrote:
October 22, 2010

I have had the gun a week, and shot clay 4 times since and love it, I recommend cleaning before using.

J dog wrote:
October 19, 2010

My 887 jams, throws out live shells, leaves empties in the chamber and gets worse with time. Only 75 rounds through it.

furs70 wrote:
October 18, 2010

Got my 887 nitro mag 4 weeks ago and find it to be a sound gun realy.It jammed after my frist shot the 887,but i found that the more you use it all these problems go away. Its getting better all the time.I love the gun now.

Garrett wrote:
August 09, 2010

Nice article. Informative and made up my mind to go pick one up. Thanks!