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Question on 1100 Competition adj comb....

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Brian in Oregon, Mar 21, 2007.

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  1. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Can the adjustable comb on the Rem 1100 Competition be tilted so it is parallel to the bore? Or must it remain sloped down towards the rear at any height?
     
  2. Hippo

    Hippo TS Member

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    Yes, it can be tilted parrallel to the bore. That is how I have mine set up. Six spacers in the back, two in the front.
     
  3. lumper

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    24str8 ... dang your an idiot, do you know what you speak of or are you just flippin your fingers on the keyboard to see if your thoughts appear on the screen?

    http://www.remington.com/products/firearms/shotguns/model_1100/model_1100_competition_specs.asp

    Sure looks like its has an option to come with an adjustable comb to me.
     
  4. lumper

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    Brian ... yes you can adjust it in almost any direction, uppy, downy, lefty, righty, cantedly forwardy or backwardy ... it is up to you as to which way you adjust it to fit you as long as its within the total allowed adjustability factors of the comb.

    Adjust away and good shooting.
     
  5. Over-the-Hill

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    I never thought of canting comb to get it level. I just "assumed" there would not be enough play in the posts to do that. I checked mine and with 3 spacers in the front and 5 in the rear, the front of the comb is even with the top of stock. The rear of the comb is still about 1/16" low (from being parallel)but it's not that noticable. My post is not high enough to get a 6th washer on it. Hippo may be using different washers. I used the ones that came with the gun.
    Marion D.
     
  6. Hippo

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    Marion, You can place one more spacer below the brass washer.
     
  7. Charles L. Schmidt

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    No, you really can not move the front and rear of the comb independently from each other. Maybe slightly but not much.

    I have a new Adj. comb stock and forend set, and a barrel with CT's for an 1100 Competition. If someone was interested I might be persuaded to part with them. cls
     
  8. Over-the-Hill

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    Hippo, See another thing I never thought about. That's why I'll never be an inventor. Thanks I'll try it. I could use one more spacer to get it just right.
    Marion D.
     
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