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The Remington 1100 Trap Classic has a small piece of metal on the barrel that is designed to direct the ejected hull away from the shooter immediately to the right so as to not strike them with the hulls. How well does this work? I am thinking of buying a 1100 to set up for doubles and I don't wany to be a nuisance to other shooters.

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It works well enough that it does not seem to bother other shooters. Once they see where the empies go, I usually get no complaints with mine. There will still be the ocassional crab that won't be satisfied, but most will not have an issue. Just inform the shooter on your ejection side that you are shooting an auto, but it has a deflector. They can make a decision based on that.
 

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Mine does a fine job of putting them at my feet. I choose not to shoot doubles with it.....I cant afford to repair a ding in a $20K gun. However, I dont think its that big of a deal to have one of those guys shooting an expensive gun to turn away if they are worried about the hull. Lets just be honest, no one was ever hurt by a hull hitting them in the back.

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Just make sure that the nub isn't worn down, that will make the hulls go wider.
You can have a gunsmith build it up if it spits hulls on the next shooter. I have to oil the mag tube with CRP to get a consistant cycle. good luck, Joe
 
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