- Drop-in installation
- Hardened to RC 58-60 to withstand years of use and still maintain its edge
- Manufactured through an EDM process to produce exacting tolerances (not an inferior MIM process)
- Will not lose its edge under impact such as extractors that made from stamped steel
- Material: A2 Tool Steel
- Finish: Silver
- Weight: 0.04 oz.
- Remington 870 and 1100 (both 12 and 20 GA)
Do you ever get tired of having to fix a brand new gun? More and more it falls to us to replace the manufacturer's shortcuts in order to get a reliable firearm. The newer Remington 870 model has an extractor that's one of these areas you have to attend to in order to get what you really need. Dependability, and by upgrading to a Volquartsen 870 extractor that's exactly what you get.
A Remington 870 Non-MIM Extractor
Most Remington 870 and 1100's come from the factory with a MIM extractor. That stands for Metal Injection Molding, this is a process where metal powder is combined with a binding agent, and the part magically appears. This creates a lower quality part that will wear out fast and break whenever. What you need is a Remington 870 non-MIM extractor. I'm talking about a real, solid steel Remington 870 extractor like the one made by Volquartsen.
Why Do You Need a Volquartsen 870 Extractor?
This Remington 870 non-MIM extractor is precision EDM wire cut out of hardened A2 tool steel. What you get is a perfect Remington 870 extractor that's not kind of close to being right, it's crazy close. Its hardened, polished edges create a smooth component that will slide seamlessly into place and do its job without fail. The factory Remington MIM extractor is sharp and rough, it has to be forced into place, and it's going to wear out prematurely. The Volquartsen 870 extractor is not simply a replacement part, it's a real-life upgrade that needs to be on your list of things to do. When you put in a Volquartsen 870 extractor you literally give your Remington 870 an edge, an ExactEdge that is.