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Remington 870 Zombie Hunter Stock Set

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A little expensive, and the fore end required a little bit of modification to fit with my barrel and side saddle, but ultimately it works.  And the stock collapses, allowing me or my 5' 1" wife to comfortably hold it with the push of a button. They have sets that fit Remington 870's and ones that fit Mossberg 500's.



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