The later 1100/1187 barrels had 745 bores and had about 17ths. choke built in the barrel before it got to the choke.
interested in the right hand trap bbl,can you send me the price,length,choke info and a contact no,thanks joe, [email protected]Have a 34" barrel (trap) that I don't use if some one needs one?
That is a long auto loader barrel
Dang...that's 4" shorter than my wife! Could you see her at the trap line with the mussel on a mussel pad waiting her turn!It measures 56" end to end with the 34" barrel.
My experince is that there were far more flat ribbed trap barrels over the years than stepped barrels.....just urban rumor that flat ribs are all field barrelsThe Trap barrel has a higher rib than the field barrel. They are easy to identify, as the Trap will have a (step) in the rib. I have one that I'm not using if anyone needs one.
.......This has also been My experience. The Remington tubes quality is very iffy, Out of round bores etc, unpredictable patterns. I have had very good luck with the Carlson Extended Tubes. True bores, and great patterning............ I do prefer after market chokes for my 1100 target barrels. The Rem chokes can be kind of iffy for quality. There can be some real wide swings from what is stamped on the Rem choke to what the actual constriction is. I use a Carlson extended improved modified and a Briley extended full for trap shooting.
Lucky to have two ---wore out one--Put the barrel on a mag frame-- Remington has not made a left hand 1100 for 30 years-- But high rib trap has a. 690.Extra full chock Field chokes are .700 --- Right hand shooter have know idea how good they have it. Have good shootingI have 2 1100 LH trap guns, the second of which I just received today. Both barrels have the knock down pin. Both barrels are 2-3/4" fixed full choke. Both barrels are step rib, BUT on one of them, the rib is approx. 1/16" taller, the entire length of the barrel. 1100's are new to me, so I keep learning, but I did not know that Remington made different height trap step ribs.