ONG Remington 870

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ONG Remington 870

Post by Hangernade » Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:17 pm

https://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuperstore ... /ID/210181

If the link posted correctly I had to share. Just bought one myself. They had folding stocks but they sold out.
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Re: ONG Remington 870

Post by Hangernade » Thu Oct 18, 2018 7:15 pm

Scratch that. They sold out on the other 1199 in 5 hours.
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Re: ONG Remington 870

Post by Dr. Marneaus » Thu Oct 18, 2018 10:29 pm

I snagged a full stock one.

I have a feeling there are gonna be tons of bayonet lugs, furniture, and barrels on ebay in the very near future.

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Re: ONG Remington 870

Post by Hangernade » Fri Oct 19, 2018 3:53 am

They will do what they wish with their purchases but I find it sad that these will be parted out.
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Re: ONG Remington 870

Post by Scorpion8 » Fri Oct 19, 2018 5:11 am

That was fast. Of course a new-in-box 870 Synthetic isn't much more than those listed, and comes with a warranty and no worn-out parts. Still if you needed a truck gun or somesuch, it might have been a great deal.
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Re: ONG Remington 870

Post by Dr. Marneaus » Fri Oct 19, 2018 2:08 pm

Scorpion8 wrote:
Fri Oct 19, 2018 5:11 am
That was fast. Of course a new-in-box 870 Synthetic isn't much more than those listed, and comes with a warranty and no worn-out parts. Still if you needed a truck gun or somesuch, it might have been a great deal.
I’m sure you’re not comparing the quality of a 70’s Wingmaster and a modern day Express as being equal?

And as mentioned the bayonet lug is something that may people have sought for many years, as it was unobtainium.

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Re: ONG Remington 870

Post by Old-Duckman » Fri Oct 19, 2018 11:23 pm

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Ordered one of the folders right after I got the email.

Picked it up today...I hit the ONG lottery. Mine has an "Unservicable (repairable)" tag for missing "buttstock locking pin" "Parts ordered".

Well apparently the pin went missing shortly after they obtained the firearm and the parts never showed up so this one was dumped with the rest when sold. It is in near pristine condition...except for the missing parts.

Actually this is the reason I joined the forum this evening. I have a lathe and the skill to use it but it would be great if someone who owns a folding stock would be kind enough to remove it from their stock (temporarily) and make a simple dimensioned sketch so that I can turn a replacement without trial and error. Can anyone reading this help me out ? I will post a similar request in the Gunsmithing section.

Don't know that my photo does it justice but it is clean!

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Re: ONG Remington 870

Post by Dr. Marneaus » Sat Oct 20, 2018 5:40 pm

Old-Duckman wrote:
Fri Oct 19, 2018 11:23 pm
IMG_5232.JPGOrdered one of the folders right after I got the email.

Picked it up today...I hit the ONG lottery. Mine has an "Unservicable (repairable)" tag for missing "buttstock locking pin" "Parts ordered".

Well apparently the pin went missing shortly after they obtained the firearm and the parts never showed up so this one was dumped with the rest when sold. It is in near pristine condition...except for the missing parts.

Actually this is the reason I joined the forum this evening. I have a lathe and the skill to use it but it would be great if someone who owns a folding stock would be kind enough to remove it from their stock (temporarily) and make a simple dimensioned sketch so that I can turn a replacement without trial and error. Can anyone reading this help me out ? I will post a similar request in the Gunsmithing section.

Don't know that my photo does it justice but it is clean!
I can’t help you with measurements but I found this image of the part:
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Re: ONG Remington 870

Post by Old-Duckman » Sat Oct 20, 2018 8:33 pm

Dr. Marneaus wrote:
Sat Oct 20, 2018 5:40 pm
Old-Duckman wrote:
Fri Oct 19, 2018 11:23 pm
IMG_5232.JPGOrdered one of the folders right after I got the email.

Picked it up today...I hit the ONG lottery. Mine has an "Unservicable (repairable)" tag for missing "buttstock locking pin" "Parts ordered".

Well apparently the pin went missing shortly after they obtained the firearm and the parts never showed up so this one was dumped with the rest when sold. It is in near pristine condition...except for the missing parts.

Actually this is the reason I joined the forum this evening. I have a lathe and the skill to use it but it would be great if someone who owns a folding stock would be kind enough to remove it from their stock (temporarily) and make a simple dimensioned sketch so that I can turn a replacement without trial and error. Can anyone reading this help me out ? I will post a similar request in the Gunsmithing section.

Don't know that my photo does it justice but it is clean!
I can’t help you with measurements but I found this image of the part: F623ACA6-C5E6-4C49-AEB0-28A2E5825A2E.jpeg
Dr. Thanks SO much, that photo will be a Great Help ! So very appreciated !

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Re: ONG Remington 870

Post by Hangernade » Sun Oct 21, 2018 12:58 am

Is it possible to buy the parts from a police folder and use them?
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