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FS-Rem 1100-30" mod trap barrel--$150 + ship

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by nanuk, Jun 17, 2012.

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  1. nanuk

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    FS--remington 1100 rh std vent rib 30" mod trap barrel--has shell defector stud,white front bead and metal center bead. Good condition-bore is fine.
    $150 plus $15 shipping.
    regards
    Bob
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    FS-Rem 1100-30

    Any idea what the Choke Constriction "Mikes" at? Thanks....Mike
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    FS-Rem 1100-30

    Mike
    Per my "$9.95 harbor freight" digital, it reads .715.
    regards
    Bob
  4. Bob Hawkes

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    FS-Rem 1100-30

    You need the bore size also. Could be a lite full to a sloppy mod. It's probably a good choke.
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    FS-Rem 1100-30

    Guys
    Thanks for your input--don't have access to a bore gauge--always thought that std rem bore was approx .732 (with the exception of the overbored barrels).
    regards
    Bob
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    FS-Rem 1100-30

    Std Rem bore is .727 to .729, but they can really be all over the map, there's nothing hard and fast about rem barrels.
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