The Model 1100 Sporting 12 provides timeless good looks in a light-recoiling sporting clays gun. It features a polished blue receiver and 28-inch light-target contoured, vent-rib Rem Choke barrel with twin bead target sights. The American walnut stock and forend display cut checkering with a high-gloss finish and a sporting clays-style recoil pad. The Model 1100 Sporting 12 also offers a gold-plated trigger, as well as four extended choke tubes: Skeet, Improved Cylinder, Light Modified and Modified.
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Action : Semi-Automatic
Gauge : 28 Gauge
Barrel Length : 27.0"
Capacity : 4+1
Chamber : 2.75"
Choke Configuration : Rem Choke
Receiver Description : Blued
Stock Description : Walnut High Gloss
Chokes Included : IC,LM,M,SK
Barrel Description : Vent Rib
Sights : Dual Bead
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Submitted By: Michael W. On 01/16/2017
I purchased this gun a little over a year ago and was initially satisfied with its performance. It began to short cycle and jam after the first shot. I'm familiar with the 1100s and discovered a piece loose in the top of the receiver that the bolt sear would catch on, interrupting the cycle. This gun has had a major and unnecessary redesign. The barrel no longer has a breech shroud unique to the 1100s. (bolt sear locked into this) Now it has a short shroud that is identical to the 870. To compensate, they machined a slot into the top inside of the receiver and glued/staked a hardened piece of steel (wear plate) for the bolt sear to ride against on the bolt backstroke. This is the piece that loosened. Remington honored the repair warranty to my satisfaction. Still, why the redesign? All that re-engineering to add at least two assembly and machining actions and an extra unnecessary part. Original design wasn't broken, didn't need fixin'. Low marks for Remington on this one. Hinterland, as usual, has great service and knowledgeable staff.
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