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Let's see some of your 1100's...

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Slugo, May 28, 2011.

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  1. Slugo

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    here's some shots of my mint 1970's first generation 12ga 1100 with both a 28" fixed choke Mod and a 26" skeet barrel. Some of the nicest wood I've ever seen on an 1100. Love this gun, now let's see some of yours...

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    with its 26" skeet barrel...

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    Some pictures of my Remington



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  3. Slugo

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    that is so COOL!!! :)
     
  4. flabigpapa

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    Custom Upgraded F Grade 28LW
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  5. Slugo

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    Absolutely beautiful gun! And where did you get that cool shotgun stand!?! Did you make it...
     
  6. flabigpapa

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    Jeff's Outfitters..Have singles,doubles and threes..Great Stands, Thanks. Shoot Well..Shoot Often, Bart
     
  7. shrek

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    Those are some nice looking 1100's

    a couple years ago someone posted some pictures of one that had the stock painted to look like the metal skin on a WWII vintage warplane. It was really neat looking.
     
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    Last winter's project. A 1969 16ga, 28" fixed modified. I built it specifically for Hal Hare's 400 bird, 16ga all-around competition, but he downsized it this year and I won't make it. A Wenig New American set and I extended the grip with an ebony cap. I had to send them the original forearm as they didn't have a pattern....apparently in 30-40 years nobody's ever asked for a 16ga set before?


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