Remington Introduce Model 870 Tac-14 – Featuring 14in. Barrel No Tax Stamp Required

Remington Introduces Model 870 Tac-14 - Featuring 14-Inch Barrel No Tax Stamp Required
Remington Introduces Model 870 Tac-14 – Featuring 14-Inch Barrel No Tax Stamp Required

RemingtonHuntsville, AL-(Ammoland.com)- Remington Arms Company, LLC, (“Remington”) announced today America’s most trusted shotgun and best-selling shotgun of all time, the Model 870, is now available in a Non NFA 14-inch barrel configuration – the Model 870 Tac-14.

New for 2017, the Remington Model 870 Tac-14 features a Shockwave Raptor pistol grip, Magpul M-Lok fore-end, 14-inch cylinder bore barrel with bead sight, receiver milled from solid steel, black oxide finish, and 26.2-inch overall length.

The 870 Tac-14 was designed and manufactured by Remington as a “firearm” and is not governed by the National Firearms Act (NFA). No ATF NFA registration or tax stamp is required, but state and local laws may apply.

The Model 870 Tac-14 has a suggested retail price of $443.05 and comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Order # 81230.

Stop by the Remington booth (# 2627) at the 2017 NRA Show in Atlanta to see the Tac-14 and other exciting new products.

About Remington Arms Company, LLC

Remington Arms Company, LLC, (“Remington”) headquartered in Madison, N.C., designs, produces and sells sporting goods for the hunting and shooting sports markets, as well as solutions to the military, government and law enforcement markets. Founded in 1816 in upstate New York, the Company is the nation's oldest continuously operating manufacturer and continues to manufacture in its original plant located in Ilion, NY. Remington is a privately-held manufacturer of firearms, silencers, and ammunition products and one of the largest domestic producers of ammunition, shotguns, and rifles. The Remington family of companies has 12 locations across 9 states employing over 3,500 people and distributes its products throughout the U.S. and in over 55 foreign countries.

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  • 55 thoughts on “Remington Introduce Model 870 Tac-14 – Featuring 14in. Barrel No Tax Stamp Required

    1. RAY FORKEL SR–You’re not talking to the NRA–you’re talking with individual gun owners and a few gunsmiths and experts. Besides, I don’t really think that even a New Jerk or New Jerkey trooper would have a problem with ANY KIND of firearm that’s legal today, 35 YEARS AGO! Are you sure you have your dates straight???

    2. I OWN A SPAIN 20 GAGE 18.50 “BARREL FROM BARREL END TO WHERE LOCKS TO STOCK IT HAS A PISTOL GRIP STOCK BUT HAS A SECTION OF THE START OF A FULL STOCK BUT ONLY ABOUT 3″LONGER THAN THE PISTOL (ORIGINAL )SOLD BUY EAGLE ARMS IN NEW YORK. I PURCHASED APPROX 35/36 YEARS AGO FROM A LONG ISLAND GUN STORE EDELMANS . NAME OF COMPANY OF SHOTGUN IS ZABALA HNUS S.R.C.-EJBAR- MADE IN SPAIN, SHOOTS 20 GAGE 3” MAGUM SHELLS – M&F . A STATE TROOPER 34/35 YEARS AGO AT A SHOOTING RANGE TOTOL ME TO PUT AWAY OR GOTO JAIL . SO MY 20 GAGE IS SMALLER THAN 12 GAGE REMINGTON 870 TAC 14 AND HAS 18.50″BARREL ,SO IS IT LEGAL OR NOT SIMPLE QUESTION , ALL ABOVE HAVE ADVISE BUT NO REAL DOWN TO EARTH ANSWERS LEGAL OR NOT ,YES OR NO ??!! EVERYONE ABOVE HAS OPINIONS BUT NO ANSWERS ???,WHY CANT NRA ANSWER THIS QUESTION WITH ALL THERE RESEARCH PEOPLE

      1. I did answer it i dont know what part you dont get. It has a barrel longer than 18 inches and 0verall length of 26 inches then its legal nothing about caliber or stocks matter. If its 26 inches long barrel length doesnt matter as long as it has a virgin reciever and it doesnt have a shoulder stock its cosidered a pistol grip firearm otherwise its a short barrel shotgun if it started life from factory with a shoulder stock on it or if shorter than 26 inches overall length. Those are the 2 magic numbers 18 inch barrel and 26 inch overall length. If its longer than both those measure points its legal everywhere. If not it depends on which one its shorter than to determine what its classified as.

    3. i own a 20 gage pistol grip shotgun purchased at a gun store 38 years ago ,i had it up state new york at a shooting range a state trooper saw the shotgun and told me if i didn’t want to go to jail put the gun away.its a ZABALA HNUS S.R.C.-EJBAR-MADE IN SPAIN,20 GAGE 3″MAGUM SHELLS-M&F .SOLD BY EAGLE ARMS NEW YORK . IT HAS AN 18.50 INCH BARRELL FROM BARREL END THE OTHER END WHERE IT LOCKS INTO DOUBLE TRIGGER PISTOLSTOCK WITH HAS AN ADDITIONAL PIECE OF THE BEGINING OF PART OF A FULL STOCK , ORIGINAL BOUGHT LIKE THIS NEW , IS IT A LEGAL GUN IN TO DAYS STANDINGS OR NOT BARREL IS LONGER THAN THE REMINGTON 870 TAC 14 , NOT KNOWING MY SONS OR MYSELF NEVER TAKE IT OUT ,AS NOT TO BE ARRESTED SO WHAT ARE YOU ABOVE PEOPLE SAYING LEGAL OR NOT ,YES OR NO ??????WHAT DOES NRA SAY !!!

      1. As long as barrel is 18 inches long and overall gun length is 26 its legal. These 14inch barrel guns use a workaround and are firearms not shotguns. If the receiver was never a shotgun you can make it legal with a 14 inch barrel as long as its 26 inches in overall length and uses a non shoulder fire stock. Thats why they use the different style grip or the forearm stock to keep it over 26. You could put a 2 inch barrel on it as long as whatever stock used is not made to be shouldered, is over 26 total length and you use a virgin reciever that was never registered as a shotgun.

    4. @ Vince don’t know about tac-14 in Illinois. But if you go with the 18 inch barrel you should be safe no matter how its measured. Plus three more rounds, a little extra front end weight helps with recoil no matter which grip or stock you like.
      Unless Illinois has some screwy rules but I haven’t read anything that says they would. Just don’t be a Randy Weaver.

    5. A shotgun barrel is measured inside from the front end of the barrel to the front of the bolt face when the bolt is closed. The length of the part of the barrel that is screwed into the receiver is not part of the equation.

      1. It is not a pistol. It is not a rifle. It is not a shotgun. It is a non-NFA firearm, typed as “other” on the 4473.

    6. I wonder if Horiuchi was cheesed off because the shot that killed Mrs Weaver missed Elisheba. He coulda had a twofer with extra points for a baby.

    7. @Chas as I recall it was a pure case of entrapment they went looking for him. Just like the Branch Dividian they needed something to justify money concerns.

    8. Rany Weaver of “Ruby Ridge” got into trouble with an FBI “uncover” rat by cutting off the “agents” shotgun bbl to less than 16″!!!!, Thus 16″ is the “legal” limit for a long gun/rifle/shotgun…

      1. @Chas, I am pretty sure that it was a BATFE snitch, who did not have anything to snitch about. So the snitch talked Randy Weaver into cutting off the shotgun barrel. Thus the crime was born in the mind of a BATFE operative. The BATFE got the U.S. Marshals involved, and they killed Weaver’s dog and shot at his little boy. Then the Fat Boy Institute sniper shot Weaver’s wife while she held her baby, but no other weapon. The BATFE has a long history of dishonesty, and is not trusted by the public or other federal agencies.

        1. Pretty good summary. Weaver modified a shotgun, and then the “undercover” argued for cutting it down further (thus the crime). The whole deal was to charge Weaver and then force him to testify against some militia folks. When he didn’t comply, the Feds sent in the macho guys with to much testosterone and to little sense in my opinion.

      2. Feds say 16” for rifle, 18” for shotgun. These are the minimum lengths. less would be a SBR or SBS, requiring a $200 tax stamp and registration with Treasury/BATFE. Also minimum overall length to consider. This remington will not require Federal Tax stamp, but will not be legal in all states/cities. These regulations and dimensions are all spelled out at Treasury and BATFE web site. If you buy this remington, you will not be able to change the buttstock to a full stock. It would then become a SBS. Front handguard has absolutely nothing to do with overall length or any other federal regulation.

    9. Bought a Mossberg Shockwave (Mossberg 500, same config as this basically) a couple weeks ago, fired it the first time on Friday. With 2 1/2″ (old-timer’s call them ‘low brass’) loads, not too bad. With 3″ (‘high brass’) significantly more kick. I had two issues………..

      First, the grip is a bit slick, and so my hand slid up the tang and the safety (sliding button atop the tang) lightly bit the web of my right hand. Solution: I had some grip tape (rubbery stretchy tape used to wrap the handles of tools) and wrapped the grip completely. I’ve not fired it with that mod yet,but it’s gotta be an improvement.

      Second, aiming. Shooting from the hip, my indexing is way off – L-R is OK, but up-down, I’m WAY high. Solution: I ordered a cheap piece of picatinny (weaver) rail that installs atop the receiver (the receiver is drilled and tapped) – the piece of rail, and screws, is about $8 from eBay, delivered. It should arrive this week. And I have a small laser designator (a laser is projecting a beam, so it’s not really a sight – it’s really a pointer or designator) that I will install on the rail.

      Looking forward to trying it out with the two mods.

    10. I have a Mossberg Mariner JIC, 12 ga, Pistol Grip, 20 in barrel. If you fire from the hip with both hands on the gun recoil isn’t bad. If you try to brace the recoil, expect a bruised palm.

      Good defense weapon, we keep it on the boat in it’s PVC tube. I have a folding stock for it, but it won’t fit in the storage tube with the folding stock. If we think we may need the shotgun offshore we install the folding stock before we leave the dock. We keep it loaded with 00 and slugs and it also serves as an emergency flare gun.

    11. President Trump could, on his own authority, fire the BATFE heads down to the GS-14 level, take away the government owned cars (GOVs), order OPM to cease all BATFE hiring, take out the telephones, order the agency to turn off all electric lights and appliances, gather up all BATFE issued employee credit cards, and distribute all office supplies to other agencies. The remaining employees would come to “work” and sit in the dark.

    12. There’s the NFA tape measure law making a criminal out of a person that has harmed no one. You are in trouble with the BATF for violating a NUMBER on a tape measure? Sounds reasonable right? Just trying to figure this logic out here…

    13. Folks, this is not a shotgun because it is not designed as one, it has a POG from factory so it is a weapon,
      not NFA class weapon.

      https://www.atf.gov/firearms/firearms-guides-importation-verification-firearms-gun-control-act-definition-shotgun

      You can not put a regular stock on the firearm, it will become a SBS and that is not a good thing.

      This is not a new BATF&E rule or law, it has been on the books for years and years.

      Be sure to keep that hand on the front grip otherwise you WILL have a hand problem sooner then later.

    14. lets try again the 870 receiver is in effect modular (as the AR platform) . Since a full stock can be installed that’s when the barrel length be comes critical. With out looking it up I believe any shotgun with less than an18 inch barrel becomes illegal ” IF ” it has a full stock. The raptor grip adds enough length to make the 14 inch barrel legal.

    15. A little experience, BillyBob is right the pistol grip is much more comfortable to shoot. But then you are going to run into a legal length problem. So put on the 18.5 barrel, an 8 round magazine tube you wont have a length problem no matter how you measure. They didn’t mention capacity, I suspect 4 to 5 rounds. The 8 round mag tube will extend past the barrel approximately 1.5 inches. The extra weight up front helps tame recoil. I have fired mine with one hand no problem. How ever since it is a pump you should have two hands on it anyway.

        1. My understanding of why its a firearm and not a shotgun or shortbarreled shotgun is because the receiver never had a shoulder stock attached to it so it was manufactured and made a firearm reciever. If you put a shoulder stock on it now you have made a short barrel shotgun because it can be shouldered and now its nfa. You could put a forearm stock on it and you are good. A few companies like black aces? I think thats the name and i think fostech is the other that are using the forearm stocks to keep from being an nfa item.

          1. Check out the ruling on overall length and length of barrel I believe the minimum barrel to prevent short barrel designation is the 18 inch barrel. As the 870 receiver is the same as a standard 870, and can be disassembled and reassembled much as a modular AR platform.
            But double check regs on barrel length specifically. Some of you other gun nuts might chime in if I am in error.

            1. I think everyone uses the 18.5 to allow for the barrel slip fitting 1/2 inch into the reciever so overall length of 26 inches won’t be affected and when measuring barrel length while assembled it will not be short. If memory is correct both remington and mossberg recievers the barrel slips in about 1/2 inch. If you use the 14 inch barrel the only ways to keep it over 26 inch overall length rule is to use the stock shown or the forearm stocks used on ar15 pistols. The pistol grip stock and 14 inch barrel combined won’t get you past the 26 inch length requirement to keep from being an NFA item but the other 2 stocks do.

          2. You are definitely correct if you were to use that 14 inch barrel. my other comment is awaiting moderation someday it may show up.

            1. I will keep an eye out for the lost comment. I dont understand why some go right thru and others seem to get lost in space.. The NFA stuff is so hard to keep track of and there are so many contradictions. The biggest being i can have an 8 inch long semi auto pistol chambered in 45 but my shotgun has to be over 2feet long. Yea thats logical…

          3. my first comment may show up someday. In short since the barrel is removable the length of barrel becomes critical in measurement.

          4. @Repo the best way I have found to measure barrel length is close the bolt insert measuring device down the barrel

            1. You are correct! Not only is it the best way, it is the only accurate way. So…like you said, close the bolt, mark a wooden dowel at 18 inches and run it down into the barrel until it stops against the bolt face. The dowel must go into the barrel at least up to the mark in order to be legal. If you plan to cut a barrel, it would be wise to allow a fraction over 18 inches so you’ll always know you’re legal regardless of who measures it. Obviously, here we’re talking about an every day shotgun with a stock designed so the gun can be fired from the shoulder.

        2. WRONG! Oldvet. If you put a full stock on it, it then becomes a “shotgun” (currently it is a “firearm” but NOT a “shotgun”). A Shotgun with that barrel would be a Short Barrel Shotgun which makes is a NFA Class III weapon.

          1. @ TomC You painted a better picture with fewer words. Some where I got the impression someone had mentioned that putting a pistol grip on it would make it less than the 26 inches, and I got off on that tangent.

      1. The Mossberg pistol grip, with a 20″ barrel, comes with a full length mag tube. It was the first firearm that I purchased, over 30 years ago and I still own it. One never knows.

      2. From experience a pistol gripped 12 gauge is much more brutal than a raptor type grip. With the Raptor grip you don’t get the pounding into your palm or wrist.

      3. That would not be prudent to spend $450 for this thing, them buy a 18″ barrell for another $120, when you can buy 18″ 870’s all day long on Armslist for $225.

    16. If you’ve never shot one of these types….it AIN’T FUN. 🙂 🙂
      it’s a Business weapon….not a “let’s-go-out-in-the-woods-and-shoot-a-bunch-for-fun” type.

      1. I would really like to see this in a 20 gauge. It will be much more controllable and shooting buckshot ( # 3 load is 20 pellets of .25 caliber buckshot ) it will stop anything I am shooting at as long as I make a good hit.

        1. Not necessarily. Try one of the 12 gauge Eight Pellet 00B LE Tactical loads. These have a lighter payload, (400 grains)’ at a slightly lower velocity than 20 gauge 20 pellet #3B. Further, the pattern spread can be controled from the Cylinder bore barrel by the Wad Type use in different brands of 12 gauge 8 x 00B Tactical loads. Federal LE Tactical have the revolutionary Flite Control Wad that builds the “choke” into the wad.

      2. NONSENSE, BillyBob! This style is MUCH more comfortable to shoot than a PGO shotgun (which is probably what you are thinking of). Really no different than firing a full stocked shotgun from the hip.

      3. I think if I had one, I’d put a adjustable type stock/vertical grip on it with a Sig Brace instead of the adjustable stock. That “bird beak” stock looks more like a “bull tool” to me, and I’m not sure it would give much grip using high recoil loads.
        I nearly broke my middle finger firing a 12 Ga. one-handed one time and the grip area on this stock is identical. If I can’t shoulder the damned thing, I want a vertical pistol grip.

    17. Remington, slick- Got’a first see how reliable this action functions w/ Mini-Shells off the shelf or w/ modified feed parts…? Have a Breacher barrel available?

      1. It’s odd. I’ve got two 870’s and one likes the Aguila Mini-shells and the other doesn’t. Never bothered to chase it down as the one they work in is the one I wanted to use them in. I guess I should spend some quality time with the other and figure out why.

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