Remington V3 Semi-Automatic Shotgun Now in Compact Model

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posted on September 24, 2018
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Remington’s V3 shotgun is now available with a shorter length of pull for smaller-statured shooters. The compact autoloader cycles all 2 ¾” to 3” 12 gauge loads while reducing recoil.  

Unlike other gas-operated semi-automatic shotguns, the V3 VersaPort gas system is located directly in front of the receiver, resulting in a properly designed fore-end for ideal ergonomics and centers the weight between the shooter’s hands.

At the heart of the shotgun is the patented VersaPort gas piston system, a reliable, semi-automatic operating system consisting of gas ports and gas pistons for enhanced load versatility, while softening recoil and reducing maintenance. The VersaPort gas system self-regulates gas pressure based on the length of the shell, for reliable cycling no matter the load. From the lightest of target loads to the heaviest of magnum loads, the V3 is as comfortable on the sporting clays range as it is in the duck blind.

Additional, the gas-piston system is self-cleaning, minimizing the shooter's time at the task.

For more, visit Remington.com.

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