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WTB Remington 1100 28 gauge

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by jm1079, Aug 15, 2011.

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  1. jm1079

    jm1079 Well-Known Member

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    Looking for one of these with a 26 inch barrel. Pls PM me if you have one for sale. Thanks. JM
     
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    I have an early 70's model 1100 SA skeet for sale. contact jbfurr@verizon.net for shipping details. Very lightly used. I'd call it 97-99% A shooter bought it for his wife and she didn't shoot much. He passed and she kept it all these years. $600.00 FIRM
    POP@IMAROCK.COM
     
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    That's a good deal. Be aware that all the 28ga guns had 25" barrels except the latest Sporters which have 27" tubes!
     
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    Pop gunn,
    Does it have choke tubes? Thanks. JM
     
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    Saw one w/ 27" barrel on Jaqua's today.
     
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    There were no factory choke tubes in the 70's.
     
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    Thanks to all the replies. Still looking for one with remchokes. JM
     
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    Boomer is correct -25"bbl No choke tubes. I believe it is sold. (pending)
    thanks,
    greg surrena
     
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    If you want one with chokes you need to find a Sporting model which will have a 27" barrel with RemChokes. I have both the .410 and 28 gauge guns. Lots of fun especially the .410.

    Jim Skeel
     
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    The 1100 Classic Field 28 gauge came with a 25" Rem Choke barrel.

    Michael Goines
     
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    There is a Sporting 28 listed on Gunbroker that is described as having a 25 inch remchoke barrel. I wonder if the seller made a mistake? JM
     
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    early sporting guns were 25". the 27" came later, have owned both, not much difference. Jack
     
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    Is the 28ga skeet still available, this would seem to be the ticket for my son.
    Please send me a PM. thank you.

    Kevin
     
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    Bruce fyi check in route
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    We have a Rem Sporting 28 with 5 tubes 95% condition has pach. sporting clays paid. Selling for $795 shipped. Please email direct above
     
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    Is there any one that has one of these that like it? I heard from one previous owner that it never worked reliably for him. I could use some feedback before I spend money on a gun like this. Thanks. jm
     
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    I have one but it is fixed barrel and bought another barrel so have a skeet and a modified and absolutely love it. The only thing I don't like about it is that I have to pick up the hulls. LOL It has never failed to shoot for me. Jackie B.
     
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    Owned 2 1100 in 28 both worked flawlessly
     
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    I have owned 6 diffrent 28ga 1100's. I sporting 25 inch with chokes and one sporting 27 inch with chokes. I sold the 25 inch sporting when trhe 27 inch sporting came out. I never should have! I shot it better then all of them.

    I do not know what it is about the 1100 28ga but sometimes they are just junk from the factory. I have been around a good 30 1100 28ga autos over the years and three have been junk out of the box. Multiple trips to remington and they are never quite right. One had less then 1000 rounds when the magazine tube assembly broke off the gun. The same gun had the bolt trails so chewed up they looked like alligator teeth. Remington said it was normal! My buddy told Remington not to send it back unless they replaced it as he had no use for it the way it was.

    They sent him the same junk 28ga back and forgot to mail him back his shell catcher which he had left attached to the gun.

    The left the only part of his gun that he wanted. I sold him mine that had no issues and he has been happy ever since. Jeff
     
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    It was the newer sporting 28 that got a bad rap from the gentleman i spoke with and it seems that SuperX jeff's friend had the same issues. Thanks Jeff. JM
     
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