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Whats this custom Remington 1100 worth?

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Eric Mirosavich, Jul 5, 2012.

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  1. Eric Mirosavich

    Eric Mirosavich Member

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    Going to get rid of a few 1100's that are collecting dust. They are tough to price so I wanted some input from TS.com. I was thinking around $1500, too high?

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    Remington 1100 12ga Trap Model Receiver

    Timney Pull Trigger

    Hastings High Rib (Modified/Full Chokes)

    English Walnut Wenig New American Cut 14 5/8" LOP


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  2. short shucker

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    Is the gun worth $1500? Absolutely. Will it sell for that? To the right person.

    Eric that's a beautiful 1100 and that barrel is to die for.

    That gun is worth far more parted out, than it is together.

    ss
  3. Setterman

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    Whats the POI?
  4. BigDave1200

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    WOW!!!! That sure is nice.

    Dave
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    I would say $1500 is in the ballpark if a little low.

    Trigger- $250 Barrel- $300 Complete receiver-$200 Wood-?
  6. Bill Roberts

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    Is that stock cast for RH?
  7. short shucker

    short shucker TS Member

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    That barrel will fetch $400 on it's own. They are made of unobtanium these days as those that have them won't sell them. They traditionally shoot 80/20 on a fig 8 bead stack.

    The wood will fetch another $400-$500. The trigger is $250-$300. The receiver and bolt will fetch $300 in that kind of condition.

    I wish I had enough spare coin lying around to make a respectible offer on the gun as it would be one sweet soft shooting gun!

    ss
  8. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Well it's too high for me, but that doesn't mean it ain't worth it!
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    Beautiful Gun. Who did the rib work?
    Bill Crane
  10. Setterman

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    If the new rib is parallel with the old rib or bore, it won't be a high shooter.

    POI? Always a loaded question on this forum!

    That Wood is worth more than $600
  11. skeet_man

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    Guys, that's a complete aftermarket barrel (with original rib), not a redone rib on a factory barrel.
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