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The U.S. Department of Education (ED) intends to purchase twenty-seven (27) REMINGTON BRAND MODEL 870 POLICE 12/14P MOD GRWC XS4 KXCS SF. RAMAC #24587 GAUGE: 12 BARREL: 14″ – PARKERIZED CHOKE: MODIFIED SIGHTS: GHOST RING REAR WILSON COMBAT; FRONT – XS CONTOUR BEAD SIGHT STOCK: KNOXX REDUCE RECOIL ADJUSTABLE STOCK FORE-END: SPEEDFEED SPORT-SOLID – 14″ LOP are designated as the only shotguns authorized for ED based on compatibility with ED existing shotgun inventory, certified armor and combat training and protocol, maintenance, and parts.
The required date of delivery is March 22, 2010.

Place of Delivery:
U.S. Department of Education
Office of Inspector General
c/o: Gary Pawlak, Special Agent
500 West Madison Street – Suite 1414
Chicago, IL 60661

Source – HERE

Whaaaaaaaaaat?

Damn I guess the schools in Chicago are rougher then I thought.

Why 27?  Are all the faculty members going to learn how to use them?

The police model they want is the cream of the Remington 870 crop… Pretty nice aftermarket parts on there too!

Hat Tip: Hsoi and SayUncle

As you can probably tell, I have a lot of fun doing photoshops :P

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) intends to purchase sixty Remington Model 870 Police RAMAC #24587 12 gauge pump-action shotguns for the Criminal Investigation Division. The Remington parkerized shotguns, with fourteen inch barrel, modified choke, Wilson Combat Ghost Ring rear sight and XS4 Contour Bead front sight, Knoxx Reduced Recoil Adjustable Stock, and Speedfeed ribbed black forend, are designated as the only shotguns authorized for IRS duty based on compatibility with IRS existing shotgun inventory, certified armorer and combat training and protocol, maintenance, and parts.

From the request for quotation – HERE

I own an 870 Express Magnum with a Knoxx Spec OPS stock (non recoil reduction unit), which is similar to what they are buying.  I highly recommend it to everyone.

I’ll have to make sure to do my taxes on time this year. :lol:

Hat tip: TheFirearmBlog

Thanks to ScottsdaleGunClub for the pic.

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These are absolutely incredible!

Paper M1911 with paper suppressor:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1CBHuk0yck[/youtube]

Paper Remington 870 cutaway:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otAFUy32AD0[/youtube]

Paper AK-47 Pistol:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnHEZzHvlw4[/youtube]

More on Tacome1942’s YouTube Page – HERE

I don’t know if these are anywhere the same quality as his, but they might be easy for a kid to make:

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Remember this gun from the movie:


The Marines of the USCMC (United States Colonial Marine Corps) famously use the M41A Pulse Rifle as their standard issue weapon, a futuristic assault rifle with a magazine capacity of 95 rounds of armor piercing ammunition with a pump action 30mm grenade launcher underneath the barrel. This weapon was made from a M1 Thompson submachine gun with a Remington 870 shotgun underneath with the shroud and foregrip of a SPAS 12 covering it.

The video below doesn’t show a real pulse rifle… but it is the next best thing.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=am76xV8Aubk[/youtube]

Composed of a SWD M-11/9 submachine gun and a Remington 870 short barreled shotgun, it holds 50 9mm rounds via a Sumoi “Coffin” magazine and three 12 gauge, 2-3/4″ shells. That’s two in the magazine and one in the chamber. The MAX-41A also includes a red dot sight and digital shot counter, both of which power on with insertion of the magazine, as well as a collapsible stock.

Looks like it will eventually be for sale.  More info and lots more pictures – HERE

Pretty awesome that the shot counter works too!  Definitely a neat franken-gun.

Aliens movie gun pictures and info at IMFDB – HERE

You can’t go wrong at $31 for all 4 Alien movie DVD boxset at Amazon:

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Very impressive!  I have always liked the Remington 870 over the Mossberg 500.  I wonder how many more 500s Mossberg has to sell until they hit 10 million?

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Picture source and website – HERE

Make sure to enter the contest to win one of the commerorative 870s – HERE

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