Dating my remington 1100
Sporting models are generally neutral and hunting models are generally slightly low due to most shooters tendency to" bury" the target with the bead and overshoot Okay, that makes sense. So, it is just a matter of knowing where and how it patterns. It also has the threaded barrel, but the guy only has one choke. Anyone know how interchangeable they are or familiar with this Trap-T model? Trap shooters shoot exclusively rising targets so the POI is above the sight line down the rib. Just make sure that your are right eye dominate for right hand shooter, and left eye for left hand shooter.The -T is for tournament so I am guessing this is probably a pretty good model. Sporting models are generally neutral and hunting models are generally slightly low due to most shooters tendency to" bury" the target with the bead and overshoot There are not really sights on a shotgun even though there is a bead on the barrel. Make sure that you keep your head down and always watch the target and not the barrel. If you contribute nothing, you receive everything." - Andrew Wilkow __________________ A veteran is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank check made payable to the United States of America for an amount of up to and including my life.That is honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it.This was exactly the same gun as the 1100 in 12 Gauge, but with less costly birch stocks, and less rollmarking on the gun's receiver.These were simply cosmetic differences, however, and all 1100 parts in 12 Gauge fully interchange, including barrels and receivers.
There are serial lists for ~1905-1930ish firearms those before that burned except what has been pulled from Military records and after that modern isn't tracked by serial no (outside Remington) because everyone uses the barrel code. Ihave seen the dating codes listed in this and other forums, but mine absolutely has no letter in it. I know its from the 70's but baffled with the numbers. - "Some might say Lee Precision owes me several years of back pay." - I think Hollywood productions and news media should begin all their broadcasts with "Actors.Not real people." - "In an age of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act" - George Orwell - "In today's America, it seems that if you contribute something, you don't contribute enough.Both the Sportsman Auto and the Pump were discontinued in 1987, concurrent with the introduction of the Remington 11-87 semi auto and the 870 Express pump model.The Model 1100 bleeds off gasses to operate the action through ports in the barrel near the end of the fore end.The barrel codes are the answer for dating a Remington, starting in 1921 all firearms were date stamped and the table code can be looked up on the Remington Society of America's website manufactured link.There are serial lists for ~1905-1930ish firearms those before that burned except what has been pulled from Military records and after that modern isn't tracked by serial no (outside Remington) because everyone uses the barrel code. There is a serial number search engine which should answer your question.All shotguns are designed with stock angles and ribs such that the center of the pattern ( POI or point of impact ) hits where the majority of targets for that model will be seen/shot. If your gun fits you and you keep your head down and shoot with both eyes open and follow through with your swing, then you are well on your way. Trap shooters shoot exclusively rising targets so the POI is above the sight line down the rib. The Hull Truth Boating and Fishing Forum *THE HULL TRUTH is the world's largest FREE network for the discussion of Boating & Fishing. Be aware that a trap model will have a higher POI ( point of impact ) than a sporting or hunting model.Whether you're researching a new boat, or are a seasoned Captain, you'll find The Hull Truth Boating & Fishing Message Forum contains a wealth of information from Boaters and Sportfishermen around the world. This is not an issue for an experienced shooter but can cause problems for beginners, especially if they are switching between guns frequently. When you mount the gun and look down the barrel, the back bead will be considerably lower than the front bead.