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I have an old style 1100 20 gauge on the full size frame, it looks like the tip of the feed latch that engages the action bar to release the shell from the magazine is broken off. Does anyone know if a 12 gauge feed latch will work or does the 20 gauge have a different one?

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If no one knows, call Brownell's. In addition to knowing the answer, they have the original Remington parts.
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If you're talking about the long feed latch that is staked into the side of the receiver, the full size 1100 20ga part is indeed different from the 12 ga part.

Full size 12ga feed latch P/N 26630.

Full size 20ga feed latch P/N 26632.

I checked the current Remington parts list, and 26632 does not show. And you cannot modify a 12ga or 16ga full size feed latch to work, because the 20ga has a deeper "hook" on it. The smaller frame latches, like the LT-20, 28ga and 410, also will not work.

Remington does have some info on specialty parts dealers for older guns. I've included the link.
 

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Check with Brownells. They have parts schematics on their website.

The gauge is stamped on the feed latch.

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Thanks everybody, I have a line on one.
 

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I changed my first feed latch a few months ago in my Sporting .410.

To remove the old latch first drive it to the rear and then pop it out with a punch inserted through the trigger assembly hole in the receiver.

Get the U-shaped staking tool from Brownells to stake the new one in place. Just set the point on the tool in the old stake mark and strike with a hammer.

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