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Remington 870 Express Magnum 12ga - 28 inch barrel and 18.5 inch barrel


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This gun is in great condition. Around 300 rounds through it total.

Comes with the stock choke and 28 inch barrel. Also comes with a 18.5 inch barrel.

Looking for $550 OBO.

The only guns I am looking for in a trade are Glock 43x or 43x MOS

I'm located in Williamson county in middle TN.

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      2019 Staccato P DUO Package (All Original)
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        Dawson DUO Optic Mounting Plate Dawson DUO Iron-Sight Only Plate Leupold Delta Point Pro Mounting Gear Two (2) 126mm 17-round Stainless Magazines (original) One (1) 144mm 20-round Stainless Magazine (original) Tactical Slim Magazine Well (original) Staccato Premium Soft-side Zipper Case (original) Staccato P PVC Patch for Case (original) All original paperwork including original decals Original "bicycle style" gun lock You can see the 2019 Staccato P Specs Here Retail price for the above was $2500 Also included...
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