Remington ShurShot stock

Remington seem to be moving to a new “dragunov” style of stock. It is interesting how ‘evil’ tactical features are infiltrating the hunting market.


• Ambidextrous design for turkey, deer and predator hunters
• Ergonomic grip for solid shot placement
• Lightweight synthetic construction
• Available in Black and Mossy Oak® Obsession™
• Molded in sling swivel stud
• Comb designed for perfect eye-alignment with sights and/or scope

2008 Product Catalog.Pdf (Page 12 Of 104)

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Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


  • Lewis

    hey Steve, like the site. Its 2008 and I cannot find the Remington shurshot stock anywhere. I would very much like to get the Mossy Oak style but I have not found one yet. Any ideas on where I can get one?

  • Hi Lewis, the catalog has only been out for about a week. It will take some time before the products make it to the retailers. Give Remington a call and find out when your local retailers, or online retailers, will be getting stock.

  • Dave


    I received my stock ,Mossy Oak, through Cabelas Special order department. It took 4 weeks, but I have mine and it is great. I took a deer Late April and it performed very well. Shooting the 3″ Mag can put a hurtin on the shoulder when wearing light clothing. The stock takesa lot more of the shock out of the shot. Well worth the investment.


  • Dave M

    I was looking for a replacement stock for a 740 series and I was wondering about the ShurShot or something like it?
    Dave M

  • Mark S

    Can you get the Shur-Shot stock or any pistol grip type in the Skyline-Excel camo pattern. I bought my shotgun a few years ago and would like to upgrade it if possible.

  • Stephen

    Anyone know how much these cost?

  • Kansas M

    Is it possible to add the shurshot stock and forend to a pump action remington 870 express? I have wood screws in my stock and am not comfortable taking them out unless I know this will work.

  • robert

    I have a Remington Model 1100 semi auto. I would like to replace the beautiful wood stocks with the synthetic thumb hole hunting stock available. They offer it for the 1187 but NOT the 1100. I called Remington and they told me that the rear stock was THE SAME. The Forearm stock is different. Can anyone suggest a way to replace the forarm stock with a synthetic type? Thanks