Railed forearm for a 20ga 870

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Railed forearm for a 20ga 870

Postby Cybrludite » Sat Mar 10, 2018 2:58 pm

Looking to build a home defense shotgun for my niece, and since I want her to actually practice with it, I'll be building it on a 20ga Rem870. My Google-fu is coming up short on finding a forearm I can mount a light on for a 20ga 870. Everything else I need to tactical-fy a 20ga? No problem. Forearms? Nada.
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Re: Railed forearm for a 20ga 870

Postby rightisright » Sat Mar 10, 2018 8:25 pm

Hmmm.. I thought Magpul made one. Just checked and they only make it for 12 gauge.

You could grab a rail, some nuts and bolts and make your own. Or you could get one of these: https://www.cdmgear.com/lightmounts.html Scroll down for 20 gauge.

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Re: Railed forearm for a 20ga 870

Postby HTRN » Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:50 am

Why not just use a barrel clamp for the flashlight?
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Re: Railed forearm for a 20ga 870

Postby Cybrludite » Tue Mar 13, 2018 8:35 am

HTRN wrote:Why not just use a barrel clamp for the flashlight?

Looking for one that will fit a 20 gauge.
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Re: Railed forearm for a 20ga 870

Postby rightisright » Tue Mar 13, 2018 6:12 pm

Cybrludite wrote:
HTRN wrote:Why not just use a barrel clamp for the flashlight?

Looking for one that will fit a 20 gauge.

There is a barrel clamp on that page I linked. Near the bottom.

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Re: Railed forearm for a 20ga 870

Postby Cybrludite » Wed Mar 14, 2018 6:24 am

rightisright wrote:
Cybrludite wrote:
HTRN wrote:Why not just use a barrel clamp for the flashlight?

Looking for one that will fit a 20 gauge.

There is a barrel clamp on that page I linked. Near the bottom.

Sweet! Thanks!
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