Pardner Pump Protector - making it tactical...


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TheBoman
August 9, 2011, 05:22 PM
To all who search the internet looking for 870 accessories that will fit, here is what I know to be true:


Knoxx SpecOps Blackhawk NRS stock = YES, a perfect fit. Just be sure to remove (as per instrux) the spacer washer that is under the original stock.

Remington's 870 Saddlemount scope rail = NO, the Pardner receiver is just a bit too wide so the holes are no joy and just a hair off the mark.

Millett 870 Saddlemount scope rail = YES, perfect fit and very sharp with satin finish.

Weaver #82 rail scope mount = YES and NO. The holes match but you will need longer screws - found some that are long enough with allen wrench style heads in with a Millett mount (not the saddle mentioned above) that work. Note that the Weaver rail will extend over the receiver towards the barrel. I didn't like the look, so I went with the Saddle style. Also Weaver is not "picatinny" style and only has three slots which puts a Red Dot scope too far forward.

TruGlo Glo Dot II = Yes, a very nice fiber optic barrel sight that snaps on at the bead. Nice if you want more than the bead and not using Red Dot scope.

No pictures at this time but I kept it simple (no shell holder, heat shield or flashlight and I kept the original foregrip - just liked it better than the Knoxx).

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Dave McCracken
August 9, 2011, 06:05 PM
Some advice......

Gadgetry may or may not increase your chances of survival in a crisis, but knowing your gun inside and out will.

Run your gun and run up your round count. Shoot it until it's ingrained in your muscle memory, then do it some more.

Nothing you've added seems like a bad idea to me, but expertise is A, essential and B, not purchased.

It is earned....

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