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Tactical Kicklite Stock Set Remington 870 12 Gauge Black Phoenix Technologies Stock And Forend
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Brand: Phoenix Technology KLT002-Black
Item: SHT-282
UPC: 804879180951

Tired of getting pounded by harsh 12 gauge recoil? Take the sting out of shooting heavy shotgun loads with the Kicklite Tactical. Each stock is custom designed to fit your specific shotgun model and includes a matching forend (excluding Maverick 88). The 6-position collapsible stock makes it easy to shorten the length of pull for smaller framed females and youths, or to extend it for the big guys who just don't want to put up with punishing magnum loads. Package also includes recoil pad, sling swivel, and shot shell carrier. Length of pull: 11.5-15 inches, no gunsmithing required.

Made in the USA.

Mossberg, Black (SHT-280)
Remington, Black (SHT-282)
Winchester, Black (SHT-284)
Maverick 88, Black (SHT-286)

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1.0 Rating NOT user friendly - 8/14/2011
Reviewer: Mav39
Bought this for a Rem 870. Wrestled with the stock (be careful, low clearance for the supplied shoulder stock tool, better known as an allen wrench, easily cross threaded if not careful) for an hour. Okay, I'm a spaz. The shoulder stock does not align or "mate up" with the back of the receiver if you leave the stock bearing plate in. If you remove the stock bearing plate it mates flush but Rem wouldn't have put that in unless it was really necessary. That done, I soldiered on to the forestock. Got it all broken down and followed the "instructions" that direct you to remove the "forend tube nut" with the supplied tool. Unfortunately there is no way in HE-double-hockey-sticks that the tool will do the job. Firstly, it is too short to reach the nut and secondly, the "tool" will not fit between the magazine tube and the forestock. Made some calls and it turns out that Rem sells a tool to remove the nut and, oh yes, Rem has the patent on the tool so guess where you have to go to buy one? Can you say Rem??? I knew you could. I'd like to tell you how good the reduced recoil works with this kit, but I can't until I get the needed tool from Rem. Am I happy about how well this kit works? What do you think? Ask me about my brand new R-25 that failed to cycle the bolt after the 23rd round. I sent it back to the factory two months ago and have not heard a word from Rem. I have the paperwork if you want to see it. Bitter? Me? Nahhhhhhh.
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4.0 Rating Good Product Bad Instructions - 11/12/2011
Reviewer: StoneKnivesAndBearSkins
This Phoenix product is great, the instructions are lacking (but not enough of a reason to give it one bullet rating simply because Remington pissed you off). Previous reviewer is correct that the installation is a bit tricky, but you won't need any special tool from Remington. A right angle or straight snap-ring plier or even a long needle-nose plier will work if you simply remove the forend and breachbolt from the receiver; this gets the feed tube out of the way; just press on the two releases just below the carrier behind the feedtube and pull. Be careful to pull out gently or you will drop the breechbolt as it slides out of the receiver. Good opportunity to clean the breachbolt (you haven't done that in a while have you?) To remove the slide from the wooden forend without breaking the forend (you might want to save it) use a small block of wood (1" dowel etc) and a mallet; set the forend (front pointing up) on the edge of a table with the rails pointing hanging down below the table edge and tap GENTLY with the dowel/block on the thread end of the slide. One tap should do it and then the slide should slip right out. Slip on the new forend (look at the picture for the correct direction if you are not sure), add the supplied spacer and put the nut back on. Use the Phoenix supplied tool to re-tighten the nut when reassembling the forend, it is easier than the pliers, DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN, then put it all back together. Yes, the stock assembly does require some manual coordination, but the bolt should line right up and screw in easily for several turns. Don't remove the stock bearing plate; instead if the fit is not perfect you can gently file down the stock, but you only get one chance to do it right and I would only do that if there is motion in the stock, or the cosmetics really really bothers you; i.e., the gap is cosmetic as the interior fitting is flush if the bolt won't tighten any more AND the stock does not move where it contacts the receiver. However, I do agree that Phoenix should adjust their fit a little.
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5.0 Rating Kicklite 870 Tactical - 11/22/2011
Reviewer: chuck
Easy installation, quality stock and hand guard. No problems installing IF you follow the instructions. Stock mates up just fine on my 870 Marine Magnum. No special tool needed for forearm replacement. I used a needle nose pliers to remove the forearm nut. Fast shipping.
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5.0 Rating Best Purchase for shotgunners - 2/24/2012
Reviewer: Rprtr37
I almost didn't purchase this because of Mav39's review and his complaints about difficulty installing the stock and forearm. So, while I don't normally address people directly online, I gotta say to Mav39, "Dude, man up. It took me all of about 15 minutes to install this thing. Most of that time was spent getting the recoil pad off the wooden stock on my 870 because I stopped to sip my coffee while I was working." This thing is great. Easy installation, awesome recoil reduction. I'm shooting rifled slugs through a 20-inch rifled slug barrel and the improvement in recoil was noticeable. Best purchase I could have made. I look forward to many hours on the range and in the woods.
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2.0 Rating Poor fit - 6/30/2012
Reviewer: Doc Holliday
The forend would not allow the barrel to fit until the rear cross brace was removed. The stock fits poorly, with a noticeable step between the receiver and the stock. Overall, it seems useable, but the fit quality is fair to poor.
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Tactical Kicklite Stock Set Remington 870 12 Gauge Black Phoenix Technologies Stock And Forend
Tactical Kicklite Stock Set Remington 870 12 Gauge Black Phoenix Technologies Stock And Forend
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