Remington 1100 LT-20

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agriffith
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Remington 1100 LT-20

I am considering buying a Remington 1100 LT-20 20 gauge semi-automatice shotgun. I just don't know what it is worth. It has a 26" barrel, wood stock, three chokes, shoots only 2 3/4" shells and is in excellent shape. Can anyone give me an idea of what it is worth? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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$400.00 if it is clean and well cared for, less if it has rub marks in the bluing and dents in the wood etc..

If it was a 3" gun it would be worth $100-140.00 more!

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agriffith
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Hardwaterman,
thanks alot.

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hold out for a LT-mag 20.i use 1 with a 21 in IC bore that was modified to shoot 3 in shells, what a great bird gun it is.mint 1100 LT mags in 20 ga are bringing 700-800,again mint as new, scary !!!

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That sounds hellacious indeed Scott. Is the barrel cut off or original? Does it have any other mods besides the chamber and port? Do you use it all season or just early and have you ever used #4s or larger through it?

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my LT 20,20 inch barrel is a factory IC in 2 3/4 inch.have same in 24 inch modified.curt at thr outdoorsman threaded and pluggeg 1 gas port as 2 3/4 in barrels have 2 and mags only 1.he also relocated the extractors.wonderful 3 barrel package.i use fed premium buffered shot #4's.frequent cleaning essential.happy new year

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That's badass. Same to you.

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Ever try a slug through it?

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Good stiff pipe cleaners and a little nitro solvent go a long ways towards keeping any 1100 running smoothly. The only knock against the 1100 is that they're heavier than their alloy receivered competition.

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Scottsdale have you been chasing Gambel Quail in AZ this year?
Far as the 20 ga. you should wait for a 3". It will make a better late season gun. IMO

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my LT-20 and barrels are all 3 inch. no slugs!

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I think I could live a long time before I needed more than a 1oz 2 3/4" 20ga load, the Fiocchi nickle plated version of same being the class of that field.

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no on Az quail. i have full package in 3 in including gun. another poster was looking at a 2 3/4 in LT 20, see you in mandan AH !!!!

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pretty weak load for late ringnecks

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Only of you aren't versed in the art of putting the barrel out in front of something the size and speed of a hand-thrown trashcan lid.

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wonderful !!!

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Thats true Horse, some days a 410 with 8 shot is plenty. Like last weekend Cattail walkin behind "The girls". Although walkin state lands that require steel can be nice to shoot 3"ers.

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Never needed more than 2 3/4 with mine. Just love it. 24" barrel and straight stock comes to the shoulder very fast. Early grouse with skeet choked 7 1/2's to Late Pheasant with modified 4 lead.

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I use 2 3/4 20s all the time for pheasants. Late season I switched to a cheap coast to coast pump I hadnt picked up in 10 or so years. Holds the tightest pattern of any of my 20s. Worked great. Id take that over my 12s anyday. I think its a little better for the dogs ears going to a tighter pattern instead of a magnum load.

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Mythbusting:

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Today, 2 3/4", 1oz of Nickle plated #5, Cyl choke.

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20 ga. and late season pheasants? That'll never work! :)

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Spun in the CYL choke just before leaving so as to frost the "That'll never work" cake.

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The naysayers silence is revealing.

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nxs
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To the point of embarrassment.

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opinions are like _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _, we all have them. i have never read any more empty headed garbage in my life. happy new year !!!

nxs
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Opinions are one thing, facts are another. I would tend to wonder the context of which we're talking.

Just thinking out loud is all.....

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Hard to argue with that which I proved possible on a whim. Weather permitting I'll bust that "2 3/4" 20ga is too light for late birds" myth something awful again this week. I'll leave the CYL in place as more "Can't be done" fodder.

Weather permitting, pics to follow, I've lense/body settings to fiddle with.

This moment is a paradox, it's the oldest you've ever been as well as the youngest you'll ever be.