The reduced LoP makes the Urbino the first truly tactical stock for the Remington. A shorter stock is necessary for use in tactical applications, especially with body armor. The Urbino Tactical stock is durable, easy to shoulder and will not slip.
The Urbino Tactical stock is also comfortable, thus reducing operator fatigue, especially during prolonged training and qualification sessions. The urethane rubber grip is padded at the rear to reduce recoil impact against the web of the operator’s hand, the optional Limbsaver® buttpad substantially reduces felt recoil, the optional field-adjustable cheek riser was developed to provide superior cheek weld when using optics. Specially developed SureShell® shotshell carriers can be fitted to the cheek riser.
All Urbino Tactical stocks include Benelli-style rear sling loops for 1¼ inch sling webbing. In addition, a hole at the lower rear of the stock accepts QD style sling swivels (included). Urbino Tactical stocks can also be fitted with any of a variety of optional steel pocket sling mounts.
All hardware included, no gunsmithing necessary to install.
The Remington platforms feature a recessed rear receiver to accept the stock, which is secured near the buttstock. The rear of the receiver is angled 15° from the vertical.
With the Remington 1100 and 11-87 autoloaders, the stock surrounds the recoil spring tube and is secured by a nut that is tightened around the end of the tube with thread specifications of (19/32″ -32 thread). The buttpad then covers access to the nut.
The same stock can be installed on the Remington 870 by use of a long (11 inches or so) bolt with a washer that locks against the stock at the rear and screws into the threaded receiver stud (¼”-28 thread).