How much is an Xrail?
The Full-size Remington 11-87 Xrail (#100-006-577) goes for $699.
Where can I buy a Xrail?
The XRAIL products are made in the USA. Consumers, dealers, and law-enforcement personnel may now order the XRAIL System online at www.brownells.com or www.PoliceStore.com. The Compact XRAIL System for Remington 870/1100/1187 shotguns (#100-006-576, $649) has black nylon tubing and holds up to 14+1 rounds.
How much is a Benelli M2 cost?
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Can you hunt with Benelli M2?
The Benelli M2 semiauto adapts perfectly to many different types of hunting and shooting; the camouflage version is ideal for hunting waterfowl.
Is the Benelli M2 reliable?
At the range, the Benelli M2 Tactical proved 100-percent reliable and was fast on target during realistic drills thanks to its high-visbility sights, light weight and semi-auto action. Chevrons in the ComforTech stock help reduce felt recoil by 48 percent.
Where can I buy the Remington XRAIL system?
Consumers, dealers, and law-enforcement personnel may now order the XRAIL System online at www.brownells.com or www.PoliceStore.com. The Compact XRAIL System for Remington 870/1100/1187 shotguns (#100-006-576, $649) has black nylon tubing and holds up to 14+1 rounds.
What kind of shotgun is a Remington 1187?
The Remington 11-87 is a semi-automatic shotgun manufactured by Remington Arms. It is based on the Remington 1100 and was first announced in 1987.
Are Model 1100 and 11-87 barrels interchangeable?
Some Model 11-87s have interchangeable screw-in chokes; other barrels are available with fixed chokes. Barrels are not interchangeable between the Model 1100 and Model 11-87. Barrel lengths range from 14 inches (36 cm) (for use by law enforcement) to 30 inches (76 cm).
How does a Winchester Model 11-87 work?
The Model 11-87 is a gas-operated semi-automatic shotgun. Upon firing a shell, some of the high-pressure gases from the burning gunpowder are diverted through two small holes in the underside of the barrel, forcing a piston and the bolt toward the buttstock, which in turn ejects the spent shell.