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Remington 1100 LW Skeet identification .410

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 11:47 am
Hello. I am new to the forum and need some opinions about a Remington 1100 I may purchase. The gun would be considered 98% according to the Blue Book. It is a 1100 LW skeet in .410 gauge. The receiver has gold engraving on it. No words or letters just an engraved design of some type. I have not been able to get any information on this one with the gold engraved receiver. Please let me know if you can help me identify this as to approx what year it may have been manufactured and also the approx. value based on 98% condition. Thanks in advance.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 3:37 pm
It sounds great. Have you got any pics?
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No sorry. I just hoped someone could help me with I'd and approx value. Thanks
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 9:27 am
Prior to 1969, the Model 1100 was available only in 12, 16 and 20 gauges. Beginning that year, Remington began making .410 and 28 gauge versions. Initially they were only available as Model 1100 Matched Pairs - a .410 shotgun and a 28 gauge shotgun in Field and Skeet versions. Both plain and vent rib barrels were available. The Field gun came with mahogany stock and fore-end, and Skeet guns came in American walnut. The .410 and 28 gauge guns were offered only as a matched pair with matching serial numbers gilded in gold, and protected in a hard carrying case. They retailed for $495.00 for the pair. A total of 5,067 Matched Pairs were sold in 1969 and 1970 with run-off sales of left-over stock in 1971 and '72. Later in the year, Remington began offering the Model 1100 in .410 with full choke for $199.95 and in 28 gauge with modified choke for the same price. Stocks and fore-ends were made of lightweight mahogany, and either gauge was available with plain or vent rib barrel.

What is the serial number and barrel date code of the gun. If you could get me those and a picture it would help?
If it is as you say and is one of the 1969-72 guns I would give $700.00 - $900.00 for it depending on condition and function. If you can find its 28 gauge mate and case.... then you would have something!!
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 9:03 pm
hi guys i know this post is old sorry to bump but i also have the same question but i have the pair .410 and 28 guage just not the cases and they also do have the gold inlay in about 90% cond. thnx
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:32 pm
Well sir if they are matched pairs they will have the same gold numbers on the left side of the receiver just like mine....which both read 4404
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These are from 1970 and I still have the case they came in along with the weights:)

If the do not have the matching numbers they were purchased individually.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:34 pm
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I have shot these guns a lot but I also take good care of them:)

Here is a group shot of the whole family:)
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1970 .410
1970 28
1995 20 LT
1977 20 Mag
1979 16
1968 12
1980 12
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 22, 2013 2:28 am
Tujays, when I get done being stupid with taken pics and postin em from the phone, I'll get some of their cousins put up here. 12 through 410 on the 1148s and the same with the 870s. My pair of 870s are set #1014.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2014 6:48 pm
I recently purchased three 1100 shotguns. They were Howard Confer's, past president of NSSC. Two of them are matched pair 410, 28 gauge #5068. The third gun is a skeet b 12 gauge with a ported barrel, really cool. I've typically only owned Brownings and of course my trusty 870 Wingmaster. New to this site, so was interested in what the value of these guns would be worth. All in "Good" condition. I was told the 28guage won the worlds women skeet competition sometime ago…not sure if that's true or not. Anyway, hope to hear back from someone regarding their opinion. My 5 and 3 year old boys are going to enjoy them in a few years.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2014 9:58 pm
The matched pairs in 95% plus condition are worth between $1,300.00 - $1,500.00 for the set.... Sometimes more if you find a buyer looking for them to round out a collection and you have the weights and case.
The skeet gun is between $500.00 - $600.00 with top price of $700.00 in my opinion.
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