Gun Guides Takedown Guide "Remington 1100 and 11-87 Shotguns" Book
- Buffalo Bore Ammunition 10mm Auto 220 Grain Hard Cast Flat... $26.99 Out of Stock, Backorder OK
- Remington Barrel Seal Remington 1100, 11-87 12, 16, 20 Gauge... $7.09 Available
- RCBS Heavy Duty Depriming and Decapping Die (27 thru 45... $18.49 Available
- Hornady InterLock Bullets 264 Caliber, 6.5mm (264 Diameter)... $29.49 Available
- John Masen Stripper Clip GI SKS 10 Round Package of 10... $5.99 Available
- Carlson's Barrel Seal Kit Remington 1100, 11-87 12, 16, 20... $11.99 Available
- Lyman Peel and Stick Reloader's Labels Rifle/Pistol 1" x 2"... $5.29 Out of Stock, Backorder OK
- Sierra GameKing Bullets 30 Caliber (308 Diameter) 165 Grain... $28.99 Out of Stock, Backorder OK
- Sierra GameKing Bullets 22 Caliber (224 Diameter) 55 Grain... $18.79 Out of Stock, Backorder OK
- Remington Piston Seal Remington 1100 12, 12 Magnum, 11-87 12,... $9.99 Out of Stock, Backorder OK
- Nosler Ballistic Tip Varmint Bullets 22 Caliber (224 Diameter)... $21.99 - $195.99 Select Options
Excerpt from the Guide: In 1967, the Remington Model 1100 forever changed the way American shooters viewed autoloading shotguns. It was the first autoloader to combine the repeat-shot versatility of early-century models with the sleek, modern lines and handling qualities of revered double barrels. It's been a field-proven favorite ever since. Its superb balance, handling, durability and soft recoil from the gas operated action are the foundation of the Remington autoloading legacy. In 2004, Remington added a new 20-gauge model in the Classic Field design.
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