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1100 repair parts

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by revbook, Dec 14, 2010.

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  1. revbook

    revbook Member

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    Remington 1100 shooters.....what would you say should be included in a kit of repair parts?
     
  2. hmb

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    O Ring, gas seal, extractor, and carrier latch. HMB
     
  3. School Teacher

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    Based on parts that I have replaced on my 1100's and 11-87's, I would also add the link that resides between the bolt and the recoil spring in the stock.

    For any 870 or 1100/11-87, you should also have an extra firing pin and firing pin spring.

    The Remington gunsmith booth at the Grand has these parts available.

    Ed Ward
     
  4. Joe Potosky

    Joe Potosky Well-Known Member

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    Complete bolt assembly (quick replacement at a shoot).

    O ring (Barrel Seal)

    Link ( T )

    Operating handle

    I carry an extra trigger but never needed it.

    I saw a number of Piston Seals break when the 11-87 first came out, but after the first year those made for the 1100/11-87 don't seem to have any issues.

    Plenty of breakfree...
     
  5. Quack Shot

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    Add a forearm support to the above lists, plus a set of trigger pins, since you can lose one when taking your gun apart to fix it. I carry an extra 1100, just in case.
     
  6. Tripod

    Tripod Well-Known Member

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    I just bought another 1100 for $250 and bring it along.
    I have never had my 1100 break any parts that stopped it from working, but when I took it apart to clean it once I found some broken parts.
     
  7. Brian in Oregon

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    An extra 1100. They're cheap enough used, why not?
     
  8. halfmile

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    1100's? Breaking? .....Blasphemy!

    Actually someone, I think Brownells's maybe had a kit with the small stuff in it, no bolt or action bar but most everything else.

    I have one 1100 that is a jparts donor, somehow I never get to shoot it.

    But I take a spare along.

    HM
     
  9. Anchorsteam

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    Ditto above - Brownells has the kit you need.
     
  10. Anchorsteam

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    Ditto above - Brownells has the kit you need.
     
  11. Brian in Oregon

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    Before you buy, compare the kit price to a good, used gun.
     
  12. hmb

    hmb Well-Known Member

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    Most of the time when my 1100 breaks a part it falls out of the bottom of the gun. It might cycle a little rough from then on, but it usually keeps on working. If I have the part with me I make the repair. HMB
     
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