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16 Gauge 1100 barrel

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Wahoo, Nov 5, 2012.

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  1. Wahoo

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    Looking for a 16 gauge Remington 1100 barrel, full choke only if fixed choke type, recent Rem-Choke type okay too. No pitting or rust, in or out, normal use and blueing wear okay.

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    Vent or Slick
     
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    Thanks for the message. Either will do, will buy a VR if the price is right, but no pitting inside or out and condition of blueing are the prime considerations. I'm converting one of my 16 gauge 1100s to a semi-trap style for my grandchildren, already received a Monte-Carlo stock with Kick-eez recoli pad with 13.0" LOP to put on it. I have three 16 gauge 1100s with five barrels between them but none of them is full-choked, 2 IC and 3 Mods..
     
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    You're not going to want a Rem-choke barrel for your 16ga, they are EXTREMELY heavy.
     
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