Slam Fire Remington 870

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cv0lv0g0 posted photo and information about his slam fire 870 shotgun on Remington 870 Forum:

From cv0lv0g0:

I also have a trigger group which makes it “slam-fire”.

I have to get my mill up and running and I’m doing the same thing again but group that is in my 870 Which has stronger springs and a better trigger.

And for the nanny sayers:

I contacted ATF’s Firearms Technology Branch to get an answer to your question per our telephone discussion this morning. Please see the response below. Should you need any additional information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact this office or your local WV office at 304-340-7820.

Sincerely,

Patricia Slaughter Area Supervisor Department of Justice Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Louisville Field Division/Louisville II (IO) Field Office 502-753-3500

From: Galbraith, Adam Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2011 4:29 PM To: Slaughter, Patricia A. Subject: RE: Slam Fire/Pump Action Question

Hi Patty,

It is OK from a GCA/NFA standpoint, but he may want to consider liability/product safety before doing that.

Adam Galbraith Firearms Technology Branch

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From: Slaughter, Patricia A. Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2011 4:13 PM To: Firearms Technology Branch Subject: Slam Fire/Pump Action Question

I received a call from a gunsmith apprentice asking if it is legal to modify a shotgun to operate as a “slam fire” in the same manner as the now discontinued Ithaca, Model 37, pump action, a firearm that was discontinued due to liability/safety issues. He stated he is aware there is a Chinese copy “straight from the factory” currently being imported, a 1987 Winchester. Can he legally make these modifications. Please advise. Thank you, Patty

Patricia Slaughter Area Supervisor Department of Justice Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Louisville Field Division/Louisville II (IO) Field Office 502-753-3500

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