REMINGTON 1100 IN 20 GA. $$

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  1. lonewolf5347

    lonewolf5347 Registered Member

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    I like to ask any one have a close idea in to day market on a remington 1100 in 20 ga. vent rib single front bead 2 3/4 chamber 28" barrel fixed choke sells for to day???
    The gun is in near mint condition from what I seen .The gun serial number states made in 1974 one owner and the guy states he never hand any problems with it,He selling it only because it has become a safe queen
    I wonder were these made as a trap gun or field gun for small game.
    I would like to use it for sporting clays.
     
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    Saw two at diff dealers the last Salisbury gun show that were super nice priced at $750-800. Prob too high but I had a handgun I wanted to trade worth bout that and got an LT20 in even trade. Check prices on Gunbroker.com
     
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    I have the same gun. Very similar production date. The early models were built on a 12 ga receiver. Mine has a 12 ga magazine tube, and the ring on the bottom of the barrel is 12 ga diameter. Not a big deal unless you decide you want a different barrel. Even the Remington rep told me "good luck". Just a heads up as you consider it.
     
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    I paid $650 OTD for an 1100 LT 20 youth model, rem chokes, a few years ago. But that was also a CSC price. IIRC he was asking $7-750. That or less and you are getting a decent deal. More than that would depend on condition and how bad you want it. From what I see 12 ga runs cheaper, and 20's can run a bit higher.

    My daughter shot that 1100 for sporting clays until she outgrew it recently. What choke is it? Improved would be a good choke for Clays. Modified could work, depending on how many close shots. Full would be tough.
     
  5. lonewolf5347

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    Well I went over the gun with a fine tooth comb there is not a single mark on the gun .I did mistake thinking it was a 28" barrel turned out to be 26" it has a Improve fixed barrel .I may have to roll the dice on it and hope it is a shooter.The guy i know him from the range we shoot at ,He stated maybe a box of shells when threw it on a trap rage then it was never fired again. I paid 475.00 for it I don't think I went wrong price wise .The Blueing excellent wood not a mark any were receiver not a mark on it blueing with scroll mint condition.gun was made in 1974
     
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    Good deal. If you don't like it you can sell it easy at that price. Guy on fb here has a Sam Walton English stock for $750.


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    Does the sn. end in x?
     
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