For Sale Remington 1100 Classic Feild 16 SOLD

graygus

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Hard to Find. Remington 1100 Classic Field 16 Gauge, 26" Ventilated Rib w/ Rem chokes, Satin Finish Stock w/ Diamond grip Cap, 2 3/4 Chambered, 4) Factory Choke Tubes 1)F, 1M, 2)IC
Gun is in VERY GOOD Condition with minor handling marks including a small nick in the upper left of the receiver. Does not come with the factory Box. $50 Shipping to your FFL CONUS
 

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Wolfchief

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I was looking at one several years ago when they first came out. The one I handled was way too heavy, for me at least, to be carrying around all day.
 

Wolfchief

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The 16 Classic's weight makes it a good target gun for Sporting, skeet, etc. and with some of the new 16 gauge non toxic loads, even a good duck gun. Speaking only for myself I'd get tired carrying it on an all day South Dakota quest for pheasants. The 1100 has been a great design over
the years and is a fine gun.
 

Dakotazeb

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Yes. All the 16 gauge 1100's were made on the 12 gauge frame.
With that being said, I have read that the original 1100's were built on the 16 ga. frame of the 11-48's. That is why the stock from a Remington 1100 and 870 12 ga will fit a 11-48 16 ga. I guess a guy would have to take a micrometer to the various 1100's and 11-48's to see. But in the end, what I originally said is true. Remington 1100 16's and 12's were built on the same frame.
 

birddude

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With that being said, I have read that the original 1100's were built on the 16 ga. frame of the 11-48's. That is why the stock from a Remington 1100 and 870 12 ga will fit a 11-48 16 ga. I guess a guy would have to take a micrometer to the various 1100's and 11-48's to see. But in the end, what I originally said is true. Remington 1100 16's and 12's were built on the same frame.
I didn't know the 1148 16 was on its own frame. Learn something every day!
 

Dakotazeb

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graygus, where are you located? And can you post a pic of the nick in the receiver? Thanks.
Never mind the pic of the nick. I now see it when I blow up the photo of the receiver. Still would like to know where you are located.
 

Dakotazeb

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Sorry I have been driving to MT today. I do get to your country once or twice a year chasing birds .
Well, if you haven't sold it by this fall and you're in South Dakota give me a call and I'll take a look at it.
 
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