The only gun I bought this year was a Turkish-made 12 gauge Berika 870 clone, specific model "FRN", imported by FedArm. I haven't had a real Remington 870 in the past so I don't have the real thing to compare it to, but this thing is very well made and looks fairly authentic. Lotsa other folks say the same. I don't really like the stock that much. I'm ok with high grade plastic sometimes (which most of the furniture on this is) but I don't like the feel of it based on shape. The stock seems to snag my shoulder if I'm wearing bulky clothes (length of pull could be 1 inch less ideally), and the foregrip (pump) is also kind of oversized in my opinion. It covers 2/3 of the barrel and has two thicknesses to the overall contour. Overall it adds about 4x the thickness of the barrel to the front of the gun, which just seems stupid and unnecessary, not to mention uncomfortable. I would really just prefer a simple Ithaca-style pump grip. You know... Kind of minimalist and usually made of wood...but again I'm ok with plastic if it's well made. A number of times I've searched online "Berika 870 clone FRN accessories furniture aftermarket", etc... and found nothing but peripheral topics. It's still very unclear to me if this shotgun has aftermarket furniture available or if it will accomodate most of the furniture which fit a true 870. Any experience or educated opinions, folks?