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F/S....Remington 1100 TBMC.....PICS...SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by 870smokim, Nov 26, 2010.

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  1. 870smokim

    870smokim TS Member

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    Does barral have the shell deflector?
    Joe
     
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    The reciever and barrel might be for trap, but I look at the drop of the comb on the stock and cant see where one would think that it was a trap stock because it wa a monte carlo.
     
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    GRD

    you may want to delete your post.
     
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    Grd,
    I truly am not trying to be a smart allelic but did Remington ever make a M/C that wasn't a trap stock.

    Bump for a nice gun!!
     
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    Sir Miss Alot, Yes, but not w/ fancy wood like that.
     
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