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Remington 1100 Trap-T. 28" fixed modified step rib barrel. 14-3/8" LOP. Monte Carlo stock. This model is from 77' I believe. Really beautiful wood on this one. One ding in the rib, one in the checkering, and a spot on the barrel with normal handling marks. $600 plus shipping. From Central Nebraska.
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jack for many of us it was the allure of a better gun and more targets being broken !
 

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These guns are nice. I shot my first 25 straight with this gal. Shot a 98 that day. But like Marc said I have moved on, and want this beauty to be used by someone. I have no kids to keep it for.
 

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I still have mine from 1972. First time out broke 23/25. One year later 199/200. Moved up to a 90-T. Still trying to break 200 straight.
 
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