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Remington 870 and TAC-14 Compatible Lasersaddle Coming Soon from Crimson Trace

Wilsonville, Oregon based Crimson Trace (@crimsontrace) recently announced the addition of Remington Arms 870 shotgun compatible models of Lasersaddle laser sights to their Lasersaddle line. 

The new shotgun laser will be available in two models: the LS-870 red shotgun laser sight and the LS-870G green shotgun laser sight.  Either will make an excellent counterpart to any of their red dot sights

According to what’s been described on social media freqs and in the cursory descriptions online, the LS-870 will provide multiple ambidextrous laser activation pad points for instant targeting with a powerful 5mW red laser. As with all Crimson Trace laser sights, the LS-870 is user-adjustable for windage and elevation. The LS-870 features a Master On/Off Switch for completely powering down the system. This model provides 3 Hours of battery life with two provided CR2032 batteries.

Fits Remington 870 and Remington Tac-14 in 12 Gauge only. It does not fit the Tac-13.

Product Platform                    Lasersaddle™

Material                                  Polymer

Color                                      Black

Master On/Off Switch             Yes

Battery Type                           Two #2032 Batteries

Installation                              User Installed

Laser Battery Life                   3 Hours

Activation Mode                      Pressure Activated

Sighting                                  Factory Sighted at 50′

User Adjustable                      Windage and Elevation

Warranty                                 Three Year Full Warranty

Dot Size                                   Approx. 0.50″ at 50′

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4 Responses to “Remington 870 and TAC-14 Compatible Lasersaddle Coming Soon from Crimson Trace”

  1. mike says:

    My interest in “firearm” format shotguns just skyrocketed…

  2. Joe Pondrom says:

    Does this saddle fit on an 870 that already has an ammo side saddle on it?

  3. chris hale says:

    Really?… how can you ask such a stupid question. P
    lease kys…