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I have for sale a left hand 20 Ga. Remington 1100. It is a 28" VR full choke. The gun has been fired at some time during it's life. The only real flaw is a crack at the toe of the stock. $1700.00 shipped and insured from me to your ffl.
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Am I missing something. Are these really rare or is it the left handed? Not trying to be rude, just trying to understand.

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Left-hand 20 gauge Remington 1100 shotgun were only made for a very few years.

They are rare in any condition.

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Have to go with Mike! An amateur collector might see the value but as a left sided "shooter" I don't see the value.

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These are super rare and they do command the big prices. Being a lefty I see the attraction but the thing is the rarity extends to all parts of the gun so getting different barrels etc. is a problem.

My personal solution is to use the standard right hand LT20 with a Fortmanns safety conversion.

Anyway, thats a very nice example of a cool shotgun LeftEx. Hope the sale works out for you.
 
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