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Remington 58 Sportsman 20 ga

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by cubancigar2000, May 15, 2010.

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  1. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    A friend of mine has a Rem 58 20 ga. The reciever looks to be polished. It resembles chrome. He said it was his fathers and his father bought it new that way. Does anyone have any info to verify that they did indeed make one like this and a value for it in 90% condition & compeletely original otherwise?
     
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    I've shot and looked at lots of 58's and I've never seen or even heard of anything but a blued receiver.
     
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    Same as Tron..
     
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    They were always blued!
     
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    Doesn't it have stamped "engraving" receiver? Or is that the 11-58?
     
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    Barry, I believe you are thinking of the 11-48, a recoil operated shotgun.

    I have a Model 58, with a cut comb, and "made" into a trap gun. Shoots good, heavy in front, easy to swing, hard to "stop" (which is good for me since I can miss in many ways, not the least of which is stopping my gun). Don't shoot it much, but it works well.

    I paid $150 out the door, then added the comb.

    An old Skeet Shooter told me, when the 1100s first came out, many Skeeters preferred their 58s since they were so much heavier in the front.

    Bob
     
  7. Barry C. Roach

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    No, I have an 11-48 in 28 ga. and it has no engraving. I'll go downstairs and pull out the 20 ga. and find out what I really have.
    Be right back.
     
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    I find the 58 to point far far better than an 1100. The only problem with 58's are that you really need to keep up on maintenance and keep them clean.
     
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