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Value of a 28 ga 1100.

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Shooting Jack, Feb 29, 2012.

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  1. Shooting Jack

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    Trying to find the value of a nice 28 ga 1100 with two barrels. One Modified and one skeet. I have a friend who is interested in it and was considering selling it. Forgot to put that both barrel are 24 1/2 in with vent rib. Jackie B.
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    That would be a GOOD friend price
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    Jackie,
    At $650.00 I'll be your friend, and probably alot more friends will pop up!!
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    a photo would go along way towards establishing a value, date would be nice too. they made 100 versions of this gun and $650 would be cheap for some but high for others. good luck, Paul
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    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=272245058

    P.S if you listed that gun for 650.00 there would be people all over the country with blisters on there index fingers from trying to hit BUY IT NOW.

    Jeff
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    $650. must have been his buying price not his Selling price.
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    The bluing is real close to perfect but call it 95PCT to be on the safe side. The wood does have handling marks with two light scratches/dents that you can see in good light. I had not noticed them until I took the pictures. So it is not perfect but still a nice gun with 14 1/2 in LOP with a 1/2 in spacer. Shoots good, first time I shot skeet with it I scored a 96. My buddy thought I should let him have the gun and extra barrel for $500.00 and I quickly let him know that, that wasn't happening but that I would let it go for a fair price. Serial nbr R010643J. Jackie B.
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    Jack---Is it for sale?---George
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    Yes, it is for sale. Pm me with an offer if you would like. Jackie B.
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    was the barrel cut? standard length is 26" i think
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    Neither barrel has been cut. They both have a center bead and a white bead on the end and they do measure 24 1/2 inches from the barrel stop to the tip of the barrel. Jackie B.
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    I think the barrels are called 25 inch as the start of the chamber to the end of the barrel is 25 1/4 inches. I would like to get $720.00 shipped for the gun to include both barrels. You could always sell the extra barrel if you didn't want it. Jackie B.
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    If that is (and it appears to be) an old model 1100 your buddy is right on in value

    If it were one of the new sporting clays models ( that are much more reliable but still have some reliability issues) you could get more

    $500 is a fair price--

    Gene
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    $500 would be way too cheap even to a friend, in my opinion
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    Offer sent via PM
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    All ypou haqve to do is look at the closed auction in my post to see one that just closed for over 900 dollars with one barrel. 720 shipped is fair. If it had a full choke barrel , rather then a modified, I would be a buyer.Jeff
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    I paid $800 for my Remington 1100 Sporting 28 with a 27" barrel and extended chokes. The gun was in "as new condition".

    $650 seems fair for a plain 1100 28 gauge with a 25" fixed choke barrel.

    Jim Skeel
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    Thanks for everyones interest. Sold pending funds. Jackie B.
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    Just to add my 2 cents. Not sure where the theory of poor operation came from. I have a Rem 1100 28 ga. skeet-t. Have probably shot it at least a thousand rounds and it has NEVER jammed nor failed to eject and chamber a shell.

    Perhaps lack of normal maintenance and sufficient cleaning could result in a FTF but I was not aware the model was prone to operational failure.
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