General Specs: Remington, Year 1966, .410 & 28 gauge, 410= 7lbs 4oz ; 28= 7lbs 3oz, Chokes both Skeet, LOP 14 1/8"; 14", DAH 2 1/2" both, DAC 1 1/2" both
***All measurements are shown with .410 first and 28ga second. .410ga ; 28ga Serial Number: L-167868H; L167867J
The Remington 1100 was introduced in 1963 and since that
time has become the most prolific competitive shotgun in America. Those who shoot the game of Skeet have seen the
Model 1100 shoot tens of thousands of rounds without fail, and the guns are
made and balanced to withstand the rigors of world class competition. The Model 1100 production gun was produced in
large numbers and you can acquire a 28ga. or .410 in nice condition for about
$1200. For those who desired to own a
fine shotgun with hand engraving, highly-figured wood with hand cut checkering
and a mullered border… a gun with distinction and beauty, Remington Arms Custom
Shop would fulfill that desire with a custom ordered D GRADE MODEL 1100. The cost of the D Grade was 8 times the cost
of the production gun, so not many were shipped. In today’s world the cost of a Remington D
Grade would exceed $6000. The guns being
offered here, serial number L-167867J and L-167868H made in 1966, are a RARE,
CONSECUTIVELY SERIAL NUMBERED PAIR of the Custom Shops D Grade guns which have
barely been shot, as they have 100% factory blue finish throughout, with no
wear on the bottom of the frame. These
high-grade Custom Shop Remington guns were highly polished to perfection and
the blue is deep and rich in color.
These are not production quality guns!
The highly-figured walnut stocks receive a hardy high-gloss finish and
are hand-checkered to perfection with the mullered style border as seen on fine
English shotguns. There are only a few
light handling marks in the finish of either gun, and they do not make it to
the wood. TO BE SURE, FINDING A
CONSECUTIVELY NUMBERED PAIR OF D GRADE REMINGTON MODEL 1100’S IS A RARE EVENT. DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A
GREAT SET OF SMALL BORE REMINGTONS! These
beautiful guns would make a great pair for your safe and for your skeet
tournaments and winter league “Pee Wee” shoots.
These Custom Shop guns are not often offered for sale and usually have a
good deal of wear to them, as they were meant to be shot. This is a rare opportunity to own a Remington
Custom Shop gun at a very attractive price.
Thanks for looking!
Barrel Length: 25" both Chokes: Skeet .004; Skeet .005 Bores: perfect mirror Bore Diameter: 0.42 ; 0.554 % Blue: 100% factory both Chambers: 3"; 2 7/8" Ribs: vent rib tight both Sights: silver middle; white bradley front
Case Color: receiver blue 100% factory both Engraving: Factory D Grade including bolt, both Trigger Type: crisp, both Trigger Guard Color: 100%
Type: capped pistol grip; high figure american walnut, both LOP: 14 1/8" ; 14 " LOP To End Of Wood: 13 3/4" both DAH: 2 1/2" both DAC: 1 1/2" both Cast: 1/16" on, both Checkering Condition: superb w/mullered border, both Butt Treatment: factory plate, both
There are more photos upon request. There is a 30 day mechanical warranty on this gun. Call us for full details. Please see all of our fine Vintage Firearms on this website. We have many more sxs shotguns for sale and soon to be listed, check back or email us for a preview. Thanks for looking!
Payment and Shipping
Payment Methods: Credit Card, Money Order, Certified Check, Personal Check, Wire Transfer (Advertised price represents the 3% cash discount price. Actual price if paid by credit card is 3% higher cost)
Inspection Period / Return Policy: Three Days from the date the item was received.
Sales Tax: 6% Michigan Only
Shipping & Insurance: Ground $95.00 We ship internationally!
Item Condition: Used
Requires FFL?: Yes
Call to purchase #616-292-6240. If you have any questions please call or email us, at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Thanks! Vintage Firearms Inc
We employ a full time gunsmith on premises and can perform alterations to suit your needs within a few weeks of purchase. Common requests are: -stock bending to suit your particular requirements -addition of any specified butt pad to increase length of pull -alteration of chokes to suit your shooting preferences -lengthening of chambers and forcing cones -darkening stock color with penetrating stains -restoring any part of the gun including rust blue, charcoal blue, bone and charcoal case color, wood restoration and checkering recuts. If you like one our guns but it needs "tweaked", let us know and we can quote you a time and price. Some enthusiasts like the guns "as found" and others want them "just so". We often list guns as found and let the particular buyer choose how they want their gun to fit or look.