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Remington 1100 competition synthetic

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by nut, Jan 22, 2012.

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  1. nut

    nut Member

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    Is Remington going to have a run of the synthetic competitions in 2012
     
  2. Rem870TB

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    Posted on another forum, a partial quote of an answer someone received from Remington;

    "This model is on our current 1st quarter 2012 production schedule."

    I hope that is correct, I have seen just one of these "in person" and seen it in use. I am normally a walnut stock-guy but I could see me owning one of these.
     
  3. bkt514

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    Where can you purchase one?
     
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    Ruck Well-Known Member

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    Remington has told us that they have 800 or so of these scheduled to be built in 2012. We have not received P.O. at this time .

    Ken Rucker ..Speedbump Stockworks
     
  5. sliverbulletexpress

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    What would be the real advantage of buying this new gun over putting Rucks stock on my old 1100 trap?
     
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    Can you take the 1100 Competition that Remington came out with 4 or 5 years ago, and put the BumpBuster on it?? Not wait for Remington to get into production!
     
  7. bubba68

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    Silverbullet -
    I think you are right on track!

    I may be overlooking something, but the biggest difference would be the new Rem Comp Synthetic has a backbored barrel with a new line of choke tubes to go with it. (ProBore, I think)

    So, if you are o.k. with how your old 1100 barrel patterns, and you are good with fixed or Remchokes, then there is no real advantage.

    Just my 2 cents.
     
  8. jm1079

    jm1079 Well-Known Member

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    bkt154

    that is exactly what I did. Put an 1100 competition probore barrel on an 1100 trap-t receiver and one of Ken's Remington autobuster stock. Works great for me. FWIW. jm
     
  9. shotgun 1

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    You may find you would prefer to put the stock on a gun you already have. The Competition barrels perform quite nicely, but they are heavy. If you want a gun that is a bit more nimble, the light contour target barrel with Ken's stock will be more to your liking. I have both weights and have come to prefer the lighter barrel.
    Dave
     
  10. OkOk

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    Hello
    I have just received a new 1100 competion synthetic carbon, simply terrific looking, going to shoot it this weekend, unless I sell it before hand, if anyone is interested call me at 978 337 7762 I ordered this and never expected to receive one, so in the meantime I purchased a 400 excel, so I need to sell one of them. $1150 to your FFL for the 1100 Competiton Synthetic.
     
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