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REMMINGTON 1100 COMPETITION

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by goose2, Dec 24, 2010.

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  1. goose2

    goose2 Well-Known Member

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    I just took one of these NIB in on trade with a 30" barrel and was wondering how good they are. What can someone tell me about it. It sure looks good. Should I sale it or keep it for a back up.
    Thanks for the comments in advance.
     
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    More sporting than trap gun. Good shooter. Some think they are barrel heavy.

    Danny
     
  4. kfbagt

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    I have seen them at the skeet field. Never shot one but they are beautiful guns.
     
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    It would be a better Sporting than Trap gun. If you do sell it I would be interested in it. Does it have a adjustable comb???? Thanks so much and let me know what you want for it. Thanks
     
  6. BudsterXT

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    If it is an older 1100 Competition, it is a great trap gun.

    They 1100 competitions they sell currently are different.

    Like apples and oranges.

    I would like to see pics if possible.


    Kenny Uhlbeck
     
  7. goose2

    goose2 Well-Known Member

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    What was different about the two?
     
  8. BudsterXT

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    The "old remington 1100 competition" was a trap gun.

    The one they sell now is like a sporting clays type gun.

    My brother inlaw shoots one that he won from his dad on some bet.

    He was lucky enough to have been able to shoot trap in high school.

    The "old one" had the blued steel receiver, not the silver one that they have now.

    They both have back bored barrels, but after that is where the difference starts.
     
  9. goose2

    goose2 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you
     
  10. vatrap

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    I shot one last summer and liked it for a hunting/sporting clays/skeet gun.
    I ended up taking a field model and getting all the competition model parts for about $400 and making my own home built one. I have a selection of barrels including a ProBore one, in the picture it has a 26 in Skeet barrel on for a bird hunting trip. I don't find the ProBore barrel heavy, but I generally shoot a heavy gun anyway.

    Mike
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