Remington 870, 1100, 7600, and others - oversized safety
Remington 870, 1100, 7600 and others
Oversized safety (dome head)
Fits the following Remington models listed below in all rifle calibers and all shotgun gauges:
This kit comprises of our oversized safety (dome head) along with a replacement coil spring (stiffer - optional to install). Designed for multiple applications including for use with gloves, or for when the small factory safety button is difficult to engage. Machined from hardened 17-4 grade stainless steel and available as-machined (silver color), as well as with either a tough DLC (black color) or TiN (gold color) PVD coating. This is a durable safety that will never wear out, is highly-resistant to corrosion and has been made from the best materials with the best finishes available anywhere on the market. The deep serrations provide a very grippy surface for all weather conditions. We include a red color o-ring to indicate when the safety is disengaged and the firearm is ready to fire. This o-ring will glow very mildly in the dark after it has absorbed U.V. light for those shooters that use their firearms in low light conditions. A small pin punch is required for installation of this safety*.
- The safety is CNC machined from hardened 17-4 stainless steel
- The silver color safety is supplied 'as-machined'
- The black color safety has a DLC coating (PVD)
- The gold color safey has a TiN coating (PVD)
- The coil spring is made from spring steel and has a black electroplated finish
- The 'ready-to-fire' position indicator is a photo luminescent silicone o-ring
- Weighs 0.30 oz (8.4 g)
*If unsure on installation, we
highly recommend having a qualified and competent gunsmith do the job.
Always ensure the firearm is unloaded
before commencing work and test that the safety functions exactly as it should upon
reassembly whilst the firearm is unloaded. Be aware that the extra length and size that this safety provides will facilitate easier engagement allowing for the button to move in the left direction (safety disengaged and ready to fire), care needs to be taken when handling the firearm to ensure that this does not occur unexpectedly. Moving the safety to the right (safety engaged) has no substantial change to that of the factory safety design.