In 2018, the Ohio National Guard surplussed off its stock of Remington 870 Wingmaster shotguns from its inventory to a retailer for sale. Follow Martin K. A. Morgan as he delves deeper into the history of these shotguns.
In 1980, I was living in the District of Columbia, but needed some “country time,” so I bought a small cabin in Orange County, Va.
A new-car showing in Peoria, Ill., gave one family a brand-new Remington 870 Wingmaster they cherished for decades.
I was born in 1931 and grew up on a farm in south Mississippi. My dad was a sharecropper until I was in my teens during those very difficult times.
SAVAGE is charging into the rough-and-ready shotgun category with the Renegauge, an upscale, U.S.-built semi-automatic with a unique, home-grown gas operation that stifles recoil, plus a stock incorporating custom-fit features from the company’s AccuFit rifles.
I was a teenager when my dad and I bought my first firearm. He worked at Sears & Roebuck, so we purchased the Winchester Model 200 Ted Williams edition 12-ga. pump-action that they sold there.