EOTech Forend with Integrated Flashight for Remington 870

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Vitaly
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EOTech Forend with Integrated Flashight for Remington 870

Post by Vitaly » Thu Jan 26, 2012 10:52 am

Very nice surprise from EOTech:

EOTech Forend with Integrated Flashight for Remington 870:

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Blog post: http://www.rem870.com/2012/01/26/eotech ... ngton-870/

It is going to be more affordable ($249) than Surefire forend ($400) and I reall like its low profile design.

What do you think about it?
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Re: EOTech Forend with Integrated Flashight for Remington 87

Post by FlipRider » Sun Jan 29, 2012 3:25 pm

I think it looks pretty cool and the price is even better! I've got several inquiries to local dealers for pricing and availability....I plan to get one and will post pics once I get it...

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Re: EOTech Forend with Integrated Flashight for Remington 87

Post by badboybeeson » Sun Jan 29, 2012 5:59 pm

20yrs to late, no one wants bulky low powered forend.
sure it looks to be an improvment of the surefire concept.
But 120lum??? no thinks i have a small compact weapons light that weights less and is 380lum.
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Re: EOTech Forend with Integrated Flashight for Remington 87

Post by vmax » Fri Mar 02, 2012 4:25 am

FlipRider wrote:I think it looks pretty cool and the price is even better! I've got several inquiries to local dealers for pricing and availability....I plan to get one and will post pics once I get it...
Have you got any pics yet? what about pricing? I am always interested to hear other peoples reviews. Everyone has there own opinion so if you like it buy it then tell us why. good luck.
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Re: EOTech Forend with Integrated Flashight for Remington 87

Post by RandyWag » Wed Mar 07, 2012 12:17 am

badboybeeson wrote: But 120lum??? no thinks i have a small compact weapons light that weights less and is 380lum.
geezzzz burning retinas. what do you have?
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Re: EOTech Forend with Integrated Flashight for Remington 87

Post by Mud Hunter » Wed Apr 18, 2012 2:34 pm

It is definitely nice to see a lower priced alternative out in this style. But I agree that with all the different styles of light mounts and compact lights out there now, I see no reason to spend this much on one when I can configure my own setup with the rail-mounted types.

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