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Mods to Remington Classic 1100 Trap?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by dolphin77, Apr 16, 2008.

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  1. dolphin77

    dolphin77 Member

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    What mods should I make to a new Rem 1100 Classic? Thanks WC
     
  2. Quack Shot

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    That depends on what you need to make it fit, if anything, and how deep your pockets are. A good comb, adjustable butt plate (LOP as well) and rib are good starters. A hastings barrel sometimes does wonders for the shooter, It's heavier than the stock barrel and they pattern well. I shoot mine right as it came out of the box, except for a Meadows crossover sight blade. I maintian the heck out of it. The most important accessory that I purchased was a good inventory of spare parts. A new action spring, followers, forend support, extractor, spring, and plunger, Link, operating handle, o rings, firing pin and spring, mag spring, extra trigger, extra bolt, action bars, recoil buffer and retaining pin, and the tools to swap out whatever you need to on site. The tool to stake in the shell stop is a good investment as well. Then you can start to make some changes. I found that some aftermarket chokes worked better than the factory ones. The factory chokes were off on POI and the aftermarket ones were dead on. A good session at a patterning board would be the first step in telling you what you might need to do.
     
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