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FS Rare New 1187 Trap Barrel (Sold)

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by CalvinMD, Feb 6, 2013.

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  1. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    Hi Chris..you might want to post a pick showing rib type(step or flat)
     
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    Is it a Light Contour or a Standard Contour? If it is the latter, is it factory backbored?
     
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    Brian, I'm pretty sure that, like those for the 870TC of that time, all 11-87 "Target" barrels were overbored. However, the later ones weren't overbored as much as the older ones. I bought a NIB early-1990s 870TC for our son a few years ago and its bore was .733" instead of .745" like mine from the '80s. I asked a friend at Remington to check other barrels they had on hand. He called back the next day to tell me the largest bore any of the barrels they had in stock was .730" and that he was able to learn that they no longer made them much larger than that. If this barrel has a .745" bore, it's a keeper!

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    AA27AA-you have a pm--John
     
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