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Need to buy Rem 1100 parts.

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by al391claybuster, Mar 15, 2008.

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  1. al391claybuster

    al391claybuster TS Member

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    Hi Folks, I'm looking for a place to buy piston rings and O-rings for Rem 1100. I'm doing a project gun for the boy to use this year. Thanks David
     
  2. Quack Shot

    Quack Shot Active Member

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    Go to Remington.com and look for the parts ordering info. You can call them and they will sell them to you. You can also buy them at a local Gander Mountain, if they have the gunsmithing services. Any well stocked Remingtgon Repair Center should be able to provide them as well. You can always buy replacement O rings in bulk from other suppliers. Do a search for O rings on this site and you should be able to find he info. They are Viton O rings and can be had for as little as a nickle apiece.
     
  3. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    These are common parts. Many local gunsmiths will have them on hand. Make some phone calls.
     
  4. al391claybuster

    al391claybuster TS Member

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    I'll make some calls. I forgot to mention I'm in the middle of no way, 3 hours from everywhere. So, it will have to come via the internet or mail. It makes it very hard to shoot and enjoy my love of the shooting sports. Thanks David
     
  5. Tripod

    Tripod Well-Known Member

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    Brownells is one of the largest. They have everything you would need and its easy to shop. google brownells.
     
  6. mrskeet410

    mrskeet410 TS Member

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    Brownells makes a set of stainless steel rings. I bought a set when Remington was having a serious QC problem with their rings. I'm don't hear as many complaints these day about Remington's rings, so they may have worked out their QC problem.

    BTW - You'll probably want the older style two-piece rings. If you order from Remington, make that very clear to them.
     
  7. skeeljc

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    Remington still has the older two piece rings. You have to ask for them otherwise you will get the newer design that snaps together. Personally I like the older two piece design. I find that they must seal a little better because the newer snap together style will not cycle my 3/4 ounce loads.

    Jim Skeel
     
  8. Jerbear

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    Click on the upper right corner of this site on Shotgun Sports magazine. There is a page that you can get a 1100 repair kit with everything you need to field repair your 1100 and be back on the line in minuets. I'll see if I can get the page for you.

    Found it... see above.


    Jerbear
     
  9. Quack Shot

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    Brownell's is rather expensive. Midway USA has quite a few parts for the 1100's and won't charge twice as much as Remington does. Try www.midwayusa.com
     
  10. al391claybuster

    al391claybuster TS Member

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    Thanks guys, I'll get what I need from the info provided, David.
     
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