Last fall I wrote about a hunt I attended in Minnesota with Remington Outdoors Company. What I wasn’t able to share at the time, due to a media embargo, was a shotgun I field-tested while I was there. On that writers’ hunt I demoed the Remington V3 Field Sport, 12 gauge auto-load shotgun.
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I headed to the event during the beginning of what is now referred to as the “Arctic Blast” of 2015. As you might guess, traveling from southwest Colorado to anywhere during inclement weather leads to travel delays. I missed the opening day of field-testing. I was disappointed because I really wanted to knock some waterfowl out of the air.
I arrived at Kruger Farms, in Starbuck, Minn., in the middle of the following day, and shortly thereafter a group of writers came in, shivering from a frigid morning hunt and talking about frostbitten cheeks and frozen toes. It’s a rare occasion, but for a moment, I felt thankful to have had a … (CLICK HERE to read about the Remington V3 at Women’s Outdoor News)
My initial thoughts? It felt nice. At 7.2 pounds, it was lightweight compared to the older Remington models. It had a nice balance to it. The American-style stock suited the layout-blind hunting position well.
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