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WTB Rem. 1100 MC Trap Stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by station12, Apr 7, 2009.

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  1. station12

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    Looking to buy a Remington 1100 12ga. Monte Carlo trap stock. Decent wood is a plus. Length of pull at least 14 in. with a pad. Please send or post pics. Thanks
     
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    You know you want my Anton, don't you Nathan.....LOL
     
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    Good luck finding a 1100 or11-87 mc stock. An 870 stock will fit an 1100 .You just have to make a spacer for in front of the stock nut.
     
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    Call Remington , get a new Classic Trap stock under $200. Jeff
     
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    Any other suggestions? I would like to have a half way decent one.
     
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    did you want a matching forearm? jm
     
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    I've got a mid-70s 1100 trap with a MC stock, damn near new. probably 97% on the bluing, maybe better - I don't like to overstate things, but I'll bet this one hasn't had 2,000 shells through it. Factory unaltered. Decent wood.

    PM me.

    Jeff
     
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    jm1079, I don't really have to have the complete set. Just the butt stock would be fine.
    jeff p. , I am only looking for the stock.
    If anyone has one please post or send pics to nelson1006@starkstate.net

    Thanks,
    Nathan E.
     
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    I found a stock with a cut comb. Any others out there?
     
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    Don't settle for one you don't like. They are on here frequently and there are always 3-6 of them on Ebay. Rick
     
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    Don't worry I do like the one i bought. I am still looking for any others though. I can never have enough guns and parts.
     
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    Rey, you have mail. Thanks, Nathan
     
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    Jeff P

    Can you call me at 217-971-8585 about your 1100.

    Jason Garrett
     
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