American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI) Technical Manual & Armorer's Course Video "Remington 1100 & 11-87 Shotguns" DVD

Product #: 274164 American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI) #: 1124 UPC #: 809237011243
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This AGI video discusses common issues with the Remington 1100 and 11-87, including how to adjust the gun to prevent jamming and feeding problems. A cut away model is used to discuss internal operation. 120 Minutes.

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Host/Producer: American Gunsmithing Institute

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Running Time: 120 Minutes

Summary of Material:
  • The Remington 1100 auto loading shotgun was the first sporting firearm designed almost completely by using a computer aided design (CAD) system. Relatively lightweight it employs a soft shooting, gas operating system to cycle the gun. A very popular shotgun with wingshooters and trapshooters alike, this gun has some re-occurring mechanical failings. You will learn how to adjust your 1100 to prevent jamming and feeding problems. And AGI will show how the bolt locking, gas and carrier feed systems operate using a cutaway. Instructed by Master Gunsmith Robert Dunlap.


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