Remington Gun Parts

Whether you've had it for years or you just bought your Remington handgun, shotgun, or rifle, you may want to consider swapping out the stock or other various parts. From competitive sports shooting to hunting and range practice, there are accessories for your model designed to help your aim and efficiency. Here is some information to help you decide what parts you need for your Remington weapon.

What is a magazine extender kit?

If you want more ammunition out of your gun, consider an extension kit. Extension kits provide more rounds and are designed to decrease the times you need to reload. They can give you anywhere from 3 to 10 extra rounds. An extender kit for a Remington 770 is different than an extender kit for the Remington Model 10 and other models, so check your manual for the correct style you need.

What accessories are available for Remington pistols?

Replacement parts for handguns from Remington include cylinders, barrels, cleaning accessories, triggers, grips, and black iron sights. The Remington handguns are designed for the parts to be removed and cleaned. You can also find trigger models with a safety mechanism included, designed to prevent accidental misfires when the weapon is holstered or being handled.

Are there parts required for replacing bolt actions?

The model of your rifle or other long firearms from Remington may have a bolt action. The bolt stop is a part you'll want to replace with trigger changes, or if you see any signs of rust, corrosion, or black debris. The rifle's slide action is designed to act as a safety mechanism as the bolt will not automatically close if there are no rounds in the chamber or an attached magazine. If you notice any issues with the slide and action assembly of your firearms, get it replaced quickly. Without the rifle's bolt action, you may think the rifle's chamber and magazines are empty when they aren't.

What colour stocks are available for a shotgun?

Your shotgun may be available in brown, black, or a variation of either colour. If you want to paint your gun's stock in a different shade, you may have the option to do that, depending on the stock's model. If you're using the firearms for hunting, you also may want to consider camouflage styles for your stocks to blend in. Don't forget to keep the colour of scope in mind when selecting your stock.

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