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WTB 11-87 step rib trap barrel

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by linkerman, Jun 28, 2009.

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  1. linkerman

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    Looking to find a 28” step rib trap barrel for my son’s Remington 11-87 Premier Trap. I would prefer a threaded barrel for Rem Chokes. Sorry but I have no interest in a 30’’ barrel as I already have a couple of them.

    Please PM me and I will respond via phone or email

    Thanks David W
     
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    David, I see you would prefer a "Rem-choke" barrel, but if you go to Gunbroker.com, look up auction #132252315, there is a 98%, 11-87, step rib, 28", "Full" choke trap barrel. The auction states that it is for an 1100, but if you look at the pictures, you will see that it is for an 11-87. The auction runs for 4 more days, but has a "buy it now" price of $140.00, which is very reasonable for this barrel, in this condition. Hope you find what you are looking for....maybe this is some help to you!

    Regards, and good shooting! Jim B.
     
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    Thanks for the tip Jim B

    I have looked all over on GB and cant find it anywhere? When I tryed the auction number and 1100 skeet shotgun came up.

    Thanks David W
     
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    Oooops....Sorry David. The auction number that I gave you is for an 1100 that I am watching. The auction number for the barrel I was describing is #132496700. Sorry for the confusion!

    Regards...Jim B.
     
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    Found it THANK YOU Jim!!

    For my on education could you please tell me how you can tell that it is for an 11-87 and not an 1100. Not doubting you at all, just looking to gain more knowledge myself.

    Thanks David W
     
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    David, The 11-87 barrel lug is "stepped" and uses a gas shield (the thin metal plate) that installs on the front side of the barrel lug over the magazine tube. The 1100 has a "straight" barrel lug and does not use or need the gas shield. If you look at GB auction #132249993 pictures of the 1100 barrel lug, you can see the difference. FYI....I have used an 11-87 target barrel on one of my 1100's for years with no problems, I don't know if you can use and 1100 barrel on the 11-87's though!

    Hope this helps! Jim B.
     
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    I think you have to widen the extractor notch to use an 1100 barrel on an 1187,

    Someone else should be able to verify this.

    HM
     
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