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f/s: Rem 1100 Comp Walnut Stock & Forend

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by wayno, Aug 2, 2012.

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  1. wayno

    wayno TS Member

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    not to sound stupid, but are those two different stock sets?
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    Any idea if these would be interchangable to an early non-"Comp" 1100. I'm not exactly sure what "Comp" entails ... but I like the set. What's the length of the stock with the pad attached? Thx, Brian
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    Are the comp barrels bigger diameter than the older early 80's 1100 barrels?

    In other words will the gap on the forend be the same?
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