Remington Model 1100 20-gauge Magnum Shotgun

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posted on July 19, 2010
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April, 1971

Shotgunners who want a lightweight effective hunting gun will welcome the new magnum version of the Remington Model 1100 Lightweight 20-ga. autoloader. Like the standard 20-ga. lightweight Model 1100 introduced in 1970, the new gun has a small receiver and mahogany stock and fore-end to reduce weight, but it is chambered for three-inch magnum shells.

Two versions, each with a 28” full choke barrel, are offered. One has a plain barrel, while the other is equipped with a finely matted ventilated rib.

Mechanism Type: Gas-operated, semi-automatic, tubular magazine
Gauge: 20, three-inch chamber
Weight: Six lbs. 13 ozs.
Choke: Full
Barrel Length: 28"
Over-All Length: 48"
Magazine Capacity: Four shells (two when plub is used)
Stock Dimensions: Lenghth of pull, 13 7/8"; drop at comb, 1 1/2"; drop at heel, 2-7/16"
Sights: Metal bead front
Accessories: Ventilated rib, magazine plug
Price: $239.95; with plain barrel, $214.95

Manufactured by: Remington Arms Co., Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. 06602.

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