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FS - Rem 1100 Sporting 20 *SPF*

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by LABWILD, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. LABWILD

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    Remington 1100 LT-20 Sporting 20 with 28 inch Rem Choke barrel, 4 Extended Choke tubes (SK, IC, LM, M), original Manual and Owner's card but I do not have the original box. Excellent condition, shot very little (less than 500 rounds),trap range only, never been to the field. I purchased new in 2001. It is hard to tell the exterior metal finish and wood stock from new. Mag tube and barrel extension show a little blue wear. Stock has a few very minor dings (not scratches)that will not show in pictures. You must look hard to see them. Price is $750 plus shipping to your FFL. CONUS, but no California. Shipping with insurance should be $25 to $30 via USPS 2nd Day Insured Priority Mail. Payment by USPS Money Order only. PM me if you have questions. Lee

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    More pictures.

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    Those of us who live in California appreciate your support.
     
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    Thank You DB! Lee
     
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    Might be an optical delusion, but the extractor looks broken.
     
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    Long time shooter/hunter/collector that is dead on when describing guns. I've bought two shotguns from Lee and had excellent transactions.
     
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    There's nothing wrong with that extractor. There is some lint and debris on it because of the oil. A careful look at the breech face will show some lint there too. Looks like a nice gun in almost new condition.

    Keep in mind that a 12ga trap stock (straight comb or monte carlo) will fit *IF* you reduce the size of the tenon that fits in the back of the receiver. I did this for both my and my daughter's 1187 20ga Premiers. The wood will be slightly wider and slightly taller than the receiver. I didn't bother to sand them down because it's not that noticeable. This made a couple of really nice 7/8ths scale trap guns and they work well for sporting clays.
     
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    Dear Brian

    Perhaps you are right. It may just be poor machining with all the tool marks that look like fractures.

    I have not seen such a roughly machined part on a Remington that was not broken.

    Not trying to queer a sale, just making an observation based on 55+ years of experience, part of it performing warranty service and repair for Remington.

    These new ones out of my parts bin are typical Remington quality.
     
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    Shooting Coach. Thank you for your observation. I checked the extractor condition and can tell you that it is perfectly fine. This shotgun has no operation issues. I compared the extractors on other 1100s that I own and there is no difference. Poor photography on my part.

    Brian in Oregon. thank you for your input.

    To all. If you can find a better Sporting 20 at a lower price. GO BUY IT!

    Lee
     
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    Forgot to thank Eddie (One Eyed Left Handed).

    He and I are members of the same Club. Franklin Co. Sportsmen's Club, located near Frankfort, Ky. He is the Club's current President. I am chairman of the Trap Committee. Good friend, and straight shooter. He and his lovely wife Noreen work hard for Trap Shooters!
     
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    Good grief, lint and debris caught in oil is not bad machining.

    That's what ya get for taking a pic of the bolt face to show minimal use.
     
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    What a nice set up for hunting or clays
     
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    Back to the top.
     
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    These are great guns, I have one in 28 gauge and love it, good luck with your sale, Joe
     
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    Thanks Joe. I have the 28 ga. as well. They are a dream to shoot.
     
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    Sold to stocker1042.