Video—ARTV: Remington V3 Shotgun Review

posted on September 26, 2018
Remington created the VersaPort in order to center the weight of an autoloading shotgun, thus reducing felt recoil. Even though the V3 shotgun from Remington has been on the market for a few years now, it brings interesting and innovative features to the marketplace. Of note, Remington recently announced that the V3 is available in a compact model with a shorter length of pull for smaller-statured shooters. 







Check out this 
“Rifleman Review” video from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV, in which John Zent takes the gun downrange.   

Additional Reading:
Remington V3 Semi-Automatic Shotgun Now in Compact Model
American Rifleman TV Exclusive: Remington V3 Shotgun
Remington V3 Shotgun Review

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