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WTB Rem 1100 Trap

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Stu Pidash, Apr 9, 2009.

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  1. Stu Pidash

    Stu Pidash TS Member

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    Why just a 3-5 year old one?

    Was there something wrong with the other years of them?
     
  2. Crushertoo

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    Stu, I'm just looking for a gun that's less than 6 years old.
     
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    youre much better off with an older model 1100. the newer ones just don't seem to hold up as well. lower quality metals. i shoot one that must be 30 plus years old and it never misses a beat!
     
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    True statement the metal and the wood was better on the older guns. I wonder why this guy wants one 5-6 years old??????
     
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    If you want an 1100 Trap you should look at an older one with a fixed full choke step rib barrel. The wood is so much nicer and the step rib barrels are some of the best barrels Remington ever made.

    Just my 2 cents....
     
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    Roger and Jimmy, Thanks for the positive feedback. As I stated, I'm new to the game. Experience is the greatest teacher. I will change my post.
     
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