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May 7, 2008

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Remington Full Camo Youth Shotgun Model 11-87 Sportsman

Madison, NC – Remington introduces a new 20-gauge Model 11-87 Sportsman Youth Camo autoloading shotgun for young hunters who want grown-up performance from a gun that fits their build. This more compact, magnum 20-gauge also provides a full featured option for smaller stature adults as well. (Note: The Model 11-87 Sportsman Youth Camo is an exclusive firearm offering available only from select wholesalers through independent Remington Premier dealers. For a listing of dealers in your area, please visit our web site at www.remington.com/premierdealer.

This low-recoiling shotgun has all the features that have made the Remington Model 11-87 a legend in America’s hunting fields, including smooth feeding, absolute reliability and solid construction. The Sportsman Youth Camo will chamber 2 3/4 and 3-inch shotshells and comes with a fast-handling 21-inch vent rib Rem Choke barrel, supplied with Modified choke tube. The durable, weather-resistant synthetic stock and fore-end and exposed metalwork wear a Mossy Oak Break-Up camo finish providing a level of concealment for turkey and waterfowl hunting or for spending an afternoon in the dove field.

The gun’s most important feature is a stock with a 13-inch length of pull that is perfect for young or smaller stature shooters, guaranteeing a more comfortable fit and allowing them to better handle the recoil of stout turkey and waterfowl loads. And with the shorter 21-inch barrel length and reduced weight of 61/2 pounds, this Model 11-87 provides balance and easy-handling characteristics.

The Model 11-87 Sportsman Youth Camo in 20 gauge will fit young shooters like a glove and increase their chances at bagging that once-in-a-lifetime trophy. For additional information on this shotgun and other Remington youth firearms, please visit our web site at www.remington.com.

Model 1187 Sportsman
Youth Camo (83602)
Gauge 20 (2¾ and 3-inch
Mag. Capacity 4
BBL Length 21 inches
Barrel Type Vent Rib, RemChoke (Modified)
Sights Single Bead
Metal Finish Mossy Oak Break-Up
Overall Length 40¼ inches
Length of Pull 13 inches
Drop (Comb) 1½ inches
Drop (Heel) 2½ inches
Stock Material Synthetic
Stock Finish Mossy Oak Break-Up
Avg. Weight 6 1/2 lbs.
MSRP $818

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Reader Comments

Why in the world would anyone pay the remington price when they could buy the very same gun that has been worked over by Charles Daly @ Wal-Mart for less than half what remington is asking? I did just that and the Daly is not only bulletproof reliable but I got to buy alot of ammo with all the money I saved.

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