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Remington model 1100 for sale

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  1. motordoctor

    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    Humm, the barrel that cam with it is not original...however, it's one of the best Remington ever made. Is there a T in that serial number? Thanks
     
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    For the purists, I don't believe this gun started out as a Trap gun from Rem. Trap models were noted as such. That said, there is really not difference (other than barrel/stock) from a trap to a field gun (reciever is the same too). Anyway, with that target barrel (if fixed choke..absolutely the best Rem produced) and very little use, this is an excellent deal. When the Beretta 391's stop shooting, the 1100 will still be crushing targets...I know as I have had 2 391's and still have 4 1100's and after 35 years...just a few O rings needed.
    The 1100 was also the favorite of a decent shooter named Daro Handy and if memory serves me correct..Steve Carmichael back in the day. Oh, Elgin Gates too...darn, showing my age now...lol.
     
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    jmx200, tell me you didn't forget Leo III! JRM
     
  5. Big Dave

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    I'll take it, I'm in Wilmington, DE. Where are you in NJ? I'll be passing through on my way to Hartford, CT on Wed.
     
  6. jimx200

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    Fiveiron, if stamped as you say, it's a genuine factory trap. I have not seen a anniversary model in trap configuration, only field. So I learned something about an anniversary model not having the designated "T" letter in the serial number or the word TRAP stamped on the receiver. What Remington did was to get the 870/1100 dimensions and weight correct for a gun that fits most people out of the box. Those 1960's-mid 90's were real hay days for Remington. I have a 700BDL made in 1970 and it has an action as smooth as glass..straight from the factory.
     
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    My 1100 bicentennial trap was stamped TRAP between the trigger pins on the right side. Great shooter with nice wood. JIM
     
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    From the Remington Society Website:

    "To honor Americas Bicentennial Remington brought out four commemorative 12 gauge variations of the Model 1100: Model 1100 (28" plain barrel with modified choke); M1100 SA Skeet Bicentennial (26" vent rib with skeet choke for $284.95); M1100 TB Trap Bicentennial (30" vent rib with full choke for $319.95 with standard stock and $10.00 more for Monte Carlo stock); and M1100 TBMCS Trap Bicentennial (with 30" vent rib with full choke and Monte Carlo stock). Centered on the left side of the receiver panel is a gold-colored roll-engraved Bicentennial American Eagle and Shield with the dates 1776 and 1976 and scroll pattern. At the lower left stamped in script is Remington Model-1100 and on the lower right is the serial number. The right side of the receiver has simple scroll roll-markings in gold-color. Approximately 5,000 Bicentennial Model 1100 shotguns were sold."
     
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