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GG&G Quick Detach Rear Sling Attachment Fits Remington 870 Tac 14, 870, 1100 & 1187 Models, Black - GGG-1995
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GG&G Quick Detach Rear Sling Attachment Fits Remington 870 Tac 14, 870, 1100 & 1187 Models, Black - GGG-1995

Regular Price $50.39 Special Price $35.99
SKU 801713
Model Number GGG-1995
Brand GG&G Inc.
UPC 813157008252
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Product Details


Manufacturer: GG&G, Inc.
Model: Heavy Duty
Color: Black
Fit: Remington 870/1100/1187
Model: Sling Attachment


The Remington TAC-14 12 Gauge shotgun is an exciting and popular addition to the Remington shotgun lineup. It is short compact and reliable. Shot gunners today like the tactical flexibility that a quick detach sling provides. GG&G has developed a solution for those shooters with the Remington TAC-14. The Remington TAC-14 Quick Detach Rear Sling Attachment. This QD rear sling attachment provides an excellent single point sling set up. IMPORTANT: Unlike other similar products on the market the GG&G Remington TAC-14 does not incorporate an attachment nut on the side opposite the sling swivel. GG&G uses a smooth button head cap screw as shown in the image above.


  • Compact and easy to install
  • Complete installation instructions included
  • The 870 TAC-14 protrudes just 0.53 inches from face of receiver


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