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MIA...11-87, 20 near new...SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Jul 3, 2010.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    11-87. Prob a box of shells thru it. All perfect. Installed a new Remington pad. 14-1/4 LOP. 3 CT. Functions as new. $675 and FedEx. Jack 800-344-4840, cell 715-441-9817. Email or PM

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    Excelent youth gun, ladies, new shooter, bird gun.
     
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    I have that exact model, and it's a fine shootin' shotgun. Modified with with a monte carlo stock, turning it into a 7/8ths scale trap gun. Recoil with light, cheap promo loads (2.5 dean, 7/8 oz) is super light. At one point I lost strength in my left arm due to a pinched nerve, and could not hold up my heavier 1187 12ga trap gun. This 20 ga let me keep shooting, and after a bit of practice due to the lighter barrel and quicker swing, scores were the same. Also use it for sporting clays, which it excels at. And for upland hunting. Also bought another for my daughter. This gun is no longer in production, having been superseded by a matt finish 1187 20ga Sportsman with black synthetic stocks, which also weighs more. So if you want polished blueing, and wood, this is it.
     
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    By chance, is this a 3" chamber gun?

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    The pics. of the left side butt stock show light spots???
     
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    3" and all reflections. wood and finish are perfect
     
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    Pardon my lack of specific knowledge on this model. What size is the frame? Is it on a 16' frame or a 20' frame or maybe even a LT20?

    I'm looking for a gun for my next-in-line grandson and he's on the small size. He's been using my STD 20 1100, but by the end of the day his arms are worn out.

    26" or 28" bbl?


    thx, Kip
     
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    I do not know. i'll do some measuring
     
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    The frame is rather slight and certainy just a 20 ga. The seril number begins with a TL
     
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    The 1187 20ga is the same receiver as the 1100 LT-20, and both of those are the same size receivers as the 1100 28ga and .410.

    The 1187 20ga has a 3" chamber, and the barrel has a pressure compensating system, so it will work with light 2.5 dram 7/8 oz loads up to heavy 3" mag, buckshot and slugs.
     
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