Model 887 Nitro Camo Combo

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posted on May 18, 2010
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Remington and Mossy Oak have introduced the Model 887 Nitro Camo Combo in the all-new Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity pattern. Featuring unprecedented depth, unequalled detail and elements with remarkable contrast, Break-Up Infinity truly offers hunters another dimension in camo.

The new Model 887 Nitro Mag is an armor-clad warrior here to carry any hunter through the most extreme conditions on earth. It is now offered with two ArmorLokt barrels: a 28-inch barrel with Hi-Viz standard sight and 22-inch barrel with Hi-Viz rifle sight. The 12-guage shotgun is 2-3/4", 3" and 3-1/2" capable.

The most durable and reliable shotgun ever built, it has no external surfaces to rust. The exclusive ArmorLokt construction process seals the receiver and barrel in a vault of weather-impervious synthetic armor, so you can wipe it down with your wet dog or a decoy bag at the end of the day.

Its overmolded surface is built to withstand abrasion in the trenches, whether that's barbed wire, gnarly thorns or the bottom of a Jon boat. And when it's time for action, the revolutionary new SuperCell recoil pad so effectively reduces rearward force that it makes a 3" mag 12-gauge feel like a light field load. Similar to the Model 870, its receiver is manufactured from solid steel, and the barrel is hammer-forged.

For more information, go to remington.com.

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