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@@@ 1100 Remington F/S @@@

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  1. jdlovejoy4

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  2. Mr Newbius©

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    Dont you also need a "Magnum" receiver to shoot 3" magnum shells?
     
  3. jdlovejoy4

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    No, you do not there is no difference in the reciever for a 3 inch gun to a 2 3/4 inch. Remington just never advertised that fact. They could make more money on a whole gun marked as a magnum, vs just selling everyone that already had an 1100 just another barrel.
     
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    Can steel shot be safely used in this gun ?
    Thanks, Colby
     
  5. jdlovejoy4

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    That sure I don't know I'd quess no.
     
  6. Brian in Oregon

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    There IS a difference between an 1100 Magnum and non-magnum actions.<br>
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    Note I said "actions", not receivers.<br>
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    For all but the very earliest 1100's, the receivers and their internal parts are the same. The difference is external to the receiver, but part of the action. I'm referring to the action sleeve. This is the hollow cylinder that wraps around the magazine tube and slides to and fro on it.<br>
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    Magnum models have a heavier action sleeve. This is to dampen the recoil impulse and slow down the bolt speed.<br>
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    If you shoot magnum loads through a non-magnum action, the bolt speed will be excessive. You can get away with it for a while, but the damage will accumulate as is slams into the back of the receiver.<br>
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    The solution, if you want to shoot magnums through a non-magnum action, is to swap out the standard action sleeve for a magnum action sleeve.<br>
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    As for steel shot, Remington made a special steel shot barrel. It allowed 2-3/4" and 3" steel shot shells to cycle on a non-magnum action. You could NOT shoot 3" magnum lead shotshells on a non-magnum actions, though, because it would cycle the bolt too fast. As for doing it with a magnum barrel on a non-magnum action, I have not tried that, but, I have a suspicion that it would have similar results to the special Remington steel shot barrel.
     
  7. Tripod

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    I have shot a ton of steel shot through my 1100 30" 2 3/4 inch barrel that I now use for trapshooting. Its still good for most of the clays I whack at.
     
  8. jdlovejoy4

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    Thanks for the info, The length of pull is 14 1/4 to those who asked
     
  9. halfmile

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    Magnum barrels that cycle trap loads are very rare. It happens sometimes, I saw it twice in 30 years. The Magnum has one small gas hole and standards have 2 somewhat larger holes.

    I never saw a stock from Remington that wasn't checkered. This one has a very nice finish but I fear it is aftermarket.

    HM
     
  10. jdlovejoy4

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    Well I fear you wrong This was order directly from remington as a skeet gun originally and was orders w/o checkering.The skeet barrel was replaced with something a little bigger. I does cycle trap loads unless you shoot 7/8 oz. if your doing that why bother shooting at all. LOL Gun is SOLD pending funds. Thanks for all the inquries. Josh
     
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