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#3271170 - 06/19/13 12:31 PM Can someone help me value a Remington 1100
Mr. Hawk
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I have a guy wanting to trade me his 1100 in good condition for my bow which I value at $550? I have no idea what an 1100 is worth. any help is appreciated.
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#3271176 - 06/19/13 12:45 PM Re: Can someone help me value a Remington 1100 [Re: Mr. Hawk]
Rubberduck270
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Do you know the age of the gun? Fixed barrel or choked?
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#3271296 - 06/19/13 03:10 PM Re: Can someone help me value a Remington 1100 [Re: Rubberduck270]
Mr. Hawk
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it's choked. He said 7-10 yrs old. It's got a camo stock but blued barrel. it's also a magnum, shoots 3 1/2 shells.
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#3271501 - 06/19/13 08:52 PM Re: Can someone help me value a Remington 1100 [Re: Mr. Hawk]
rukiddin?
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Its not a 1100 if it shoots 3 1/2" shells. Its probably a 11-87. If it was wood/blued 3" model in great condition, I'd say your doing a good trade, but camo 11-87 super mag, you could probably do better. Not knocking the gun, just saying I personally would'nt cosider that an even trade. Depends on how bad you want a 3 1/2" auto-loader that is known for sub-par performance. The gun may function flawlessly, but the 3 1/2" 11-87 has not got the greatest reviews in the past, especially one that was produced in that time frame (early 2000's).

Edited by rukiddin? (06/19/13 08:54 PM)
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#3271614 - 06/20/13 05:50 AM Re: Can someone help me value a Remington 1100 [Re: rukiddin?]
Mr. Hawk
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Thanks for the help
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#3273071 - 06/21/13 04:32 PM Re: Can someone help me value a Remington 1100 [Re: Mr. Hawk]
Nhill
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Something else to consider; if it is a "magnum", then it probably just shoots 3" shells, and it could be a 1100 model. If it shot 3.5" shells, then it is probably a 11-87 "super magnum" like rukiddin said.

These shotguns vary a lot in value, but an 1100 is probably not a $550 gun, and the 11-87 could be; but they vary a lot too.

Something else to think about, is that your $550 valued bow will be a $300 bow in just a few years, and the shotgun will stay the same or go up in value.

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#3275369 - 06/25/13 12:06 PM Re: Can someone help me value a Remington 1100 [Re: Mr. Hawk]
LSUtigers
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At all the gun shows for around up or down from $300.
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