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REMINGTON 1 OF 1000 REGISTRY

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  1. gdbabin

    gdbabin TS Member

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    REMINGTON 3200 1 OF 1000 REGISTRY

    Was daydreaming the other day while admiring my 1/OF waiting for my turn on the line and wondered how many Trap model 1 of 1000 3200's we could account for. (There was also a separate 1 of 1000 Skeet version series prefixed with an S.) The models in the Trap series were built in 1973, the first year of 3200 production and were 30" IM/F, or F/F.


    Being a 3200 nut, I thought it might be interesting to see how many we could identify. If you don't feel comfortable about revealing personal info, just an "I own SN: T xxxx" would work.

    Guy Babin
    Westminster, MD

    SN: T 0886, IM/F
     
  2. G-12

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    Guy, I own T-0107. Terrific gun! Ben
     
  3. Gunzup

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    Guy,

    I own T0552, unfired as new.

    A W
     
  4. recurvyarcher

    recurvyarcher Well-Known Member

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    Guy, stop daydreaming and SHOOT THE DAMN TARGET when you are on my line! LOL!!!
     
  5. gdbabin

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    Where was my ADHD medicine when I needed it? A good squad mate would carry an emergency supply for her afflicted partner and worry less about the color de-jour of her lenses.

    BTW: This thread is intended for us American made 3200 owners; fancy forien job gun owners should mind their manners missy.
     
  6. recurvyarcher

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    I have an 1100. Doesn't that count for something? It IS, after all, a Remington... Maybe a one-in-a-million or so.

    My remmy never steals my covers at night, either. And the Remmy, Perazzi, and K-gun all get along just fine living in the same house.

    If I could just *WRENCH* that 3200 from Quack's hands now...
     
  7. luvnbearhugs1

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    Recurvy, if you want that 3200 you have to go through me. Now let's see.... what could we get for the 3200. Hmmmmm let me think about it.

    lol
     
  8. gdbabin

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    Wow, what an avalanche of responses; we've already identified 3 whole serial numbers! At this rate it will theoretically take only 333.33... days to get them all.


    On a plus side we've found one for sale, and a *WRENCH* threat from an undisclosed wannabe owner.


    It seems that some of my hair-brained ideas are ill-advised and just plain dumb.


    Guy
     
  9. mort1

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    Have pair Trap 30" IM/Full, Skeet 28" Serial T 32 & S 32. Mike
     
  10. KEYBEAR

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    Had a very nice 1 OF 1000 stolen about ten years ago . I have never seen it and I,m still looking .

    If you see a Remington 1 Of 1000 se. number T0618 please send it home . It been close to ten years but I still miss you please come home .

    ALF
     
  11. quick2

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    is the comp 3200 got 32 inch bar length
     
  12. Twixter

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    Joe says the brll length is 30".
     
  13. arthalony

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    I have T-0970 it is in the case belived to be unfired.

    Dan
     
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