Video Review: Remington V3 Shotgun

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posted on April 10, 2017
Remington's V3 Shotgun is designed to give you everything you want out of a shotgun (reliability, versatility) and nothing you don't (excessive recoil, high price). One of the biggest challenges for new shooters is to find a shotgun that balances manageable recoil against light weight, and the V3 does precisely that...and it does it for a very reasonable price. This soft-shooting, well-balanced semi-automatic shotgun can be used for everything from wingshooting to clay games to home defense, making it an ideal investment for those just starting out in the world of firearms ownership. Watch as American Rifleman editor Brian Sheetz and Remington's Senior Design Engineer Mike LeMay discuss the features and specifications that make the V3 such a great choice for new and experienced shooters alike.

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