Re: Remington 870 for clays
Nothing wrong with the 870. Not like your shooting heavy loads at skeet or for fun matchs - sporting clays. That 1100 will set you back some bucks. BUY USED if you can. Look for a nice older 870 with changeable choke tubes, even a well use but taken care of shotgun will be fine. You don't really want the newest versions. Older ones are simple smoother and that makes for a better working shotgun. Same goes for the mossy 500. Old ones run very fluid. The express- just get some brakefree clp and when not useing it give it a good heavy coat for a few times and let it sit that way. It does soak in after a while and will control any moisture with just normal serviceing. Also does not wipe off or dry up like some oils. Allways a little left behind.