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SOLD- Rem 1100 Standard 20ga. skeet-fancy wood F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by boomer, Apr 11, 2010.

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  1. boomer

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    Here is a very clean Remington 1100 20 gauge SKEET gun. It it an early model built on the 12 ga. frame. It is very low mileage and the blue is 98%. 26" fixed skeet choke barrel. The wood has been upgraded with a set of 1100 Sporting Clays wood. The wood has some handling wear and I'd call it 90% and you'll be pleased. THe wood has extra nice figure in it, but I shot the pix in bright sun and the glare obscures it somewhat. 14 1/4" LOP. I included a shot of the interior to show how little this gun has been shot. This is the ultimate LOW recoil gun and is perfect for training a new shooter or use by a recoil sensitive shooter. A target smoking machine and getting hard to find in this shape. $675 delivered to your FFL in the lower 48. Call me @ 609-658-7739 or send me an email at above address. Thank you. Happy Spring--let's break some CLAY!!SOLD PENDING FUNDS.
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    Boomer:

    What is the Length Of Pull of the stock with the pad?

    Thanks,

    DoubleAuto
     
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    Amended my post. It's 14 1/4" LOP
     
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    The forearm fits very well and is tight. There is minimal movement. 1100 forearms butt up against the frame solidly and that keeps them from twisting side to side as you call it!
     
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    Do you have the original wood? Seems to me that the value would be higher with the original wood.

    Is the receiver marked "Skeet"?

    Jim Skeel
     
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    email sent. JM
     
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    are u open to offers?
    Bob Zimmerman
     
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    Now that I know about the forearms, I'm going out to find one of those babies and put my Trap wood on it. I sold my last one years ago and now I want another one.
     
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    12 ga. wood works perfectly on standard frame 16 and 20 ga. 1100's.
     
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    The magazine tube on a standard weight 20 is the same size as a 12 guage. I believe there is a filler internally to accomodate the 20 guage shell.

    It's an easy way to check if it's a light or standard. Assuming you can discern the size difference visually.

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    Only on the Standard 20 will a quarter go through the mag tube ring. Jeff
     
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