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Gabriel Suarez
02-25-2017, 09:22 AM
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REMINGTON 870 STAKEOUT 12 GAUGE

Introducing the Suarez International 14" Stakeout Remington 870 pistol grip firearm. The Remington 870 has been the bar against which all other pump actions have been measured, and remains today as the best and most reliable example of the genre. It was the go-to weapon during our police career and its continuing success has made it notable in military, police, and civilian self defense worlds.

The 870 Stakeout is 26.5" long with a 14" barrel, and is an extremely small, light, and portable weapon. The dimensions make it far easier to keep with you than a full sized shotgun or even an AR Pistol. And with correct training in its use, it rules the close range gunfight realm.

This weapon is built on Remington Model 870 that came from the factory with a pistol grip mounted and classified as "Other Firearm". This is a NON-NFA, Completely Compliant and Legal 'Firearm' (technically not a shotgun). Transfers as "Other" on 4473. The Remington part number for these is "81199", "81191", or "81187". As long as these Pistol Grip Only (PGO) firearms remain longer than 26″ in overall length, and have never been equipped with a shoulder stock, they are perfectly legal with a barrel that is less than 18". Nevertheless, potential buyers and users should check their state and local laws for legality, as well as insure their recipient FFL has been educated on the non-NFA nature of this product.

(Stakeout in the pictures shows the Plus 1 Magazine).

Stakeout Details:



Remington 870 Barrel 14" - Ported and polished for recoil reduction and predictability of pattern
Bolt and Action Bar components tuned, polished, and coated in Aqua Terra Plus Teflon Nickel (like NP3) finish
Trigger group tuned for a crisp break, new springs added
Receiver loading port and ejection ports are de-horned, opened and polished for better ergonomics
Steel Extractor installed for increased reliability
Textured Forend is standard
Optional Textured Magpul Forend and Optional "Stakeout Strap".
Textured Shockwave PGO Non-NFA Pistol Grip
Suarez Safety installed to improve engagement from Safe to Fire positions
Optional Plus One Magazine Extension installed for a 5+1 Capacity (4+1 is standard)
High-Visibility, Non-Binding Follower
Extra-Power Heavy-Duty Stainless Magazine Tube Spring
Fiber Optic front sight in Red
Grey rust resistant finish for lubricity and durability under all conditions
Rigid Magazine Tube Sling Mount


Allow Two Weeks For Assembly And Delivery

18" Barrel available as an option for areas with restrictions. Call for more information on this option.

BUY YOUR STAKEOUT HERE (https://suarezinternational.com/remington-870-stakeout-12-gauge-tier-one/)

Gabriel Suarez
02-25-2017, 09:24 AM
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Gabriel Suarez
02-25-2017, 09:38 AM
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Mervo
02-25-2017, 09:42 AM
Gabe,

Having never used one myself, do you have any personal thoughts/experience on the forend strap?

Gabriel Suarez
02-25-2017, 09:43 AM
Gabe,

Having never used one myself, do you have any personal thoughts/experience on the forend strap?


Like tritium sights...some like them...some do not. You can always add at a later time if you decide you need one.

Dave Sauer
02-25-2017, 10:26 AM
Looks awesome! This will make a great vehicle gun and battle axe for those potential protester Reginald road block scenarios.

TACC
02-25-2017, 12:56 PM
Definitely like the finish as well

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Gabriel Suarez
02-25-2017, 01:07 PM
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TFA303
02-27-2017, 06:33 AM
One thing that always impresses me watching SI is their very short time-to-market. Getting to watch the ideas being floated here, then see prototypes appear, then all of a sudden the production models are ready. All of this in weeks, not years.

I'm sure there's a lot that's invisible to us that happens before any of this gets discussed, but it's a great lesson in how to run a modern business.

Gabriel Suarez
02-27-2017, 07:38 AM
One thing that always impresses me watching SI is their very short time-to-market. Getting to watch the ideas being floated here, then see prototypes appear, then all of a sudden the production models are ready. All of this in weeks, not years.

I'm sure there's a lot that's invisible to us that happens before any of this gets discussed, but it's a great lesson in how to run a modern business.


PREDICTION: This will be the next thing everyone copies, and then pretends to have invented.

Dorkface
02-28-2017, 08:53 AM
What would be a good option for a rear sling mount?

Gabriel Suarez
02-28-2017, 09:10 AM
What would be a good option for a rear sling mount?

A simple QD stud will work.

EDELWEISS
02-28-2017, 09:27 AM
What would be a good option for a rear sling mount?

There is plenty of "meat" on the Shockwave grip to screw in a sling stud BUT id suggest against it. I'm not a fan of slinging the STAKEOUT, although I suppose I do see why some might want to do it. For meeeee the STAKEOUT is a hands on weapon or maybe something Id carry in a "holster" on my back.

I also seem to recall someone made a "holster" for a short shotgun
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Gabriel Suarez
02-28-2017, 09:55 AM
As long as you don't throw a coat over it.

Paper Shredder
02-28-2017, 06:35 PM
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Am I the only one that wishes they were that grenade?

Gunstore Commando
02-28-2017, 07:22 PM
I also seem to recall someone made a "holster" for a short shotgun

Voodoo Tactical. I actually have one, although I use it as a holster for a Henry Arms Mare's Leg (don't judge) rather than its intended purpose.

Amusingly, it fits the Mare's Leg better than it fits a shotgun.

Inspector539
02-28-2017, 07:36 PM
What grenade?:love2:

Papa
02-28-2017, 08:52 PM
There is plenty of "meat" on the Shockwave grip to screw in a sling stud BUT id suggest against it. I'm not a fan of slinging the STAKEOUT, although I suppose I do see why some might want to do it. For meeeee the STAKEOUT is a hands on weapon or maybe something Id carry in a "holster" on my back.

I also seem to recall someone made a "holster" for a short shotgun
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Um, looks like a QD stud screwed into the receiver in pic #1...