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**SPF** FS -REM 1100 Trap,Outstanding Wood, MINT

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by laver, Jun 15, 2011.

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  1. laver

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    **SPF** For Sale - Early 90's Remington 1100 Trap, Mint Condition and Outstanding wood. Very Low round count and a safe queen.

    30" full choke, step rib, with 2 beads (has middle bead), Monte Carlo stock, factory recoil pad.

    It is untouched, factory original in all respects. Serial # M9165xxV

    $900 + shipping to your FFL

    email for prompt reply laveritt@att.net

    thanks,
    Larry Averitt

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    It is a shame for that gorgeous wood to have impressed checkering. If I were the machine operator who applied that checkering, I would have cringed while doing it.

    Beautiful gun!

    Ed
     
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    Actually, anybody with a little extra time and patience can convert that impressed checkering to raised diamonds. I did it to my first 1100 trap gun 35 years ago and it looked great. In fact, I ended up doing a couple of 870's for some shooting buddies, too.

    Too much arthritis to do that kind of work anymore, though.

    Beautiful chunk of walnut on that 1100, btw!

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    BEAUTIFUL Wood!!! I've always been impressed at the quality of wood that Remington uses. IMO, it is nicer looking that most stock wood on some of the high end guns.
     
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    Good ole American Walnut, I believe.
     
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    Do not kid yourselves! They put apple crate wood on guns just like everybody else does. I bought 2 870 Comps brand new and the first one we opened looked like a set of grade 5 wood. the next gun was as plain as a fence post. Same price and within 50 serial numbers of each other. Jeff
     
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    One thing about the Remington 1100 is that they all look the same, at least metal-wise. It's the wood and how they shoot that sets them apart. Sme shoot like a field gun, while others shoot 20" high at 35 yds. Some wood looks like it was removed from a park bench, and some is nicely figured as this one. All are heavily lacquered with a poly finish that some like and others hate - most shooters seem to be neutral is this regard, however....

    The other feature they all have in common is Remington's very thin processes bluing, and, overall, a good bang for the buck when compared to the cost of accuracy and looks of other guns. My favorite in the 1100 series is the newer high end 1100 with the gold inlays and polished receiver and chambered in .410. It's a beautiful little gun that runs and runs if the operator keeps it clean. Beware, however, as it ejects the hulls nearly 30-40 feet down and right. It always gets a comment about that little habit. The people who bouht them just love that .410 for skeet- seems to bust them well and pattern nicely with the factory supplied five (5) chokes....good luck
     
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    I will take it....email sent. Joe
     
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