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Remington 870 12 Gauge Magazine Tube Extension Kit +2 Rounds Steel Blued 19419

 
Remington
19419
047700194196
2-REM19419
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$43.64
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The factory Remington 870 12 gauge +2 magazine tube extension kit is designed to reliably increase your shotguns capacity. The all steel magazine extension provides additional round capacity for tactical or competitive needs. The magazine spring is formed from a high strength music wire that resists weakening over time. The included magazine clamp attaches around the barrel and the extension for added support. This product is made right here in the USA.

Specifications and Features:
Remington 19419
Magazine tube extension kit
Add more rounds to your shotgun's capacity
Extends magazine chamber
Steel construction
Blued finish

Includes:
Magazine tube extension
Magazine tube spring
Magazine tube coupling
Swivel assembly with screw

Fits:
Remington Model 870/1100/11-87 12 gauge shotguns only

 

Item#: 6-1024250,3-1024250,97390,20-REM19419,2-REM19419
Total number of Reviews: 3

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4.0 5
"Fit very nicely. I can find nothing bad to say about it. Installed in less than 10 mins.I would give this item 5 bullets if the extension sat flush with my 18\" barrel on my 870 police"
– David
4.0 5
"Love this addition to my 870. Goes great with my 18\" barrel. Learned that to get full use out of it, you MUST drill/grind the follower stops out of the receiver. 1/4\" drill bit, Dremel grinder and 10 minutes and you're all set."
– James
4.0 5
"I bought this to replace the first mag extension I bought that always jammed up the shells when feeding. I had the gunsmith previously use a detent removal tool to get rid of the shell limiter. That way there is no thin spot in the mag tube from grinding it down. When installing, make sure not to overtighten, as it will cause misalignment that will cause the shells not to feed. Make sure everything is lined up and all will work well."
– Doc Shot