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Remington SPR100 trap shotgun?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by trappypappy, Feb 28, 2010.

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  1. trappypappy

    trappypappy Member

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    Does anybody know anything about the Remington SPR 100 trap gun?
    I shoot a SPR 310S for skeet and would like to know if anyone shoots the 100 for trap. Price, availability and etc, ??
    Thanks
    Trappypappy
     
  2. noiceracing

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    My dad shot one they are a light gun you will need to add weight to the gun he put 1 lb of lead in the stock and added a Barrel weight. I also have a baikal trap which is the same its really light weight. Price range is $175 to $210
    Thanks
    Kevin
     
  3. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    Avoid this gun at all costs.

    Get a used Remington 1100. You'll be far, far better off.
     
  4. oleolliedawg

    oleolliedawg Banned User Banned TS Supporters

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    Run away really fast from this one-junk at best!!
     
  5. missemucho

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    timb99 knows whereof what he speaks; I believe he bought the Baikal version from me AFTER I tried the adding weight stuff. It kicked the crap out of me no matter what I did. Unfortunately, I see this type gun being promoted for youth shooters all the time. Buy the 1100 and enjoy shooting!
    John
     
  6. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    Yep. That's right.

    Very light and whippy. Barrel is too short. Kicks like a mule. Hard to open. Terrible, terrible trigger.
     
  7. trappypappy

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    Thanks everyone, for your replies.
    I will be sure to steer clear of this gun (sounds like a mule to me, and I sure don't need to be kicked by one!).
    Trappypappy
     
  8. Hunter1978

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    I bought one recently. I will admit I prefer a 1100 but I'd don't think its a bad gun for the money your spending and I really don't think it kicks any worse then a bt99. It won't be my regular trap gun, but it might sit up in the shed for when I pull out my thrower and it could be a option for someone who can't afford something better. for $200 I don't know that you are going to do alot better. One thing anyone who gets one should take some emery paper to the opening lever and take the sharp edge off.
     
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