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Many 870 owners wish to change the stock on their shotgun to better fit them, the application, or just their idea of “cool”. 870 stocks are not usually very complicated, and basic instructions are easy to find, but there are a lot of little lesser-known details that I often see causing confusion and problems for inexperienced owners, and there are a number of extra steps and tricks that aren’t repeated much outside the circles of gunsmiths and armorers, but are worth knowing about.
This video will cover the removal and installation of 870 stocks & grips in detail. It will explain the purpose of the stock bearing plate and when it should & shouldn’t be used, receiver sizes & stock interchangeability, and stock fastener lengths. You can jump directly to a particular step at any point by clicking on the timecodes in the following video outline:
Intro – 0:00
Removal – 1:37
Stock Bearing Plate – 6:06
870 Stock Interchangeability – 10:03
Fasteners – 10:37
Installation – 12:50
Outro – 16:50
ADDITIONAL NOTES (please read before commenting):
I recommend watching this video with the annotations turned on. I’ll be adding various notes to provide further details, as well as links to other related videos when relevant. There will be no giant flags blocking the video, and absolutely no begging for subscriptions or likes.
This video will only cover removal & installation of stocks & grips, not the fore-end. A separate in-depth video on fore-ends is planned, but I need to do more research on the subject first.
This video should completely cover removal & installation of factory-installed stocks & grips for all standard 870 models (and should be applicable to 870 clones as well). I’ve done what I can to anticipate issues folks might have with aftermarket furniture, but I obviously can’t go into detail on every aftermarket setup out there. If you have questions about a specific aftermarket stock or grip, refer to the instructions, or contact their manufacturer.
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