what is this remmy worth?

Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by DarinCraft, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. DarinCraft

    DarinCraft New Member

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    I have a mint condition 1100 that I want to sell. It's a 20 ga magnum standard grade. From what I understand its based on a 12 ga receiver and mag tube. It has glossy walnut with the white diamond on the pistol grip. The only thing that's weird is it has a cutts compensator on it.

    What is this thing worth? I've looked on gunsamerica and seen them go from $500 to $1300. That's a pretty big spread.
     
  2. doctherock

    doctherock New Member

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    Pics mandinga. Not that I can help but show a damn pic for the love of Petes peppers.
     

  3. CA357

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  4. DarinCraft

    DarinCraft New Member

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    I knew you'd all bust me balls over it....Lmao. I'll post pics when I get home.
     
  5. dog2000tj

    dog2000tj New Member

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    I'm sorry, there's too much noise and funk here to read what you wrote,

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  6. cpttango30

    cpttango30 New Member

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    Remington's are junk man you should know that by now. That thing will just go off and kill every kid within 3 miles. You should send it to me I am a professional Remington rangler. I will be nice and even pay the shipping.....
     
  7. lonyaeger

    lonyaeger Active Member

    You should know better by now.....

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  8. CA357

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    That's a handsome 1100 Darin.
     
  9. DarinCraft

    DarinCraft New Member

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    Thanks. It's in great shape, but I have no idea what it's worth. I was thinking a couple hundred bucks until I started looking around:eek:.

    The other question is if that ugly Cutt's comp makes it worth more or less? I can buy another barrel for it, but for crying out loud a plain jane fixed choke no rib is $175 used.
     
  10. DarinCraft

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    Anyone? Anyone have an idea?
     
  11. TimL2952

    TimL2952 New Member

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    My dad has the same model but without the compensator/choke on it...

    All I can say is that the gun you have now will outlast any NEW remington 1100's...If you're thinking of selling it..don't

    Price wise I'd guess anywhere $700-$1,000 depending on the market and who you are sellin it too
     
  12. DarinCraft

    DarinCraft New Member

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    Thank you sir. I am selling it because I have no use for it. I shoot 12 ga and my wife has a Model 120 that she will not give up.
     
  13. ta1588

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    It's very nice looking, the compensator makes it a little unique and gives it some of that extra cool factor. Wish I could help you with price, I'd love to have it myself :)
     
  14. doctherock

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    Looks good, I'll trade you a couple packs of smokes for it.
     
  15. Virginian

    Virginian Active Member

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    I would say $350 to $400 - if you find the right buyer. You can see prices on GunBroker. The Cutts detracts for almost all people, and the non-vent rib barrel doesn't help any either. You may stumble on a target shooter who wants a standard 20 gauge gun, but if they plan to burn a lot of shells they are probably going to want to try to find a standard 20 action sleeve to go on it too, and nothing is too easy to find for them anymore after all these years.
     
  16. TimL2952

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    Im not sure what you are tryin to say virginian..but that gun will plow through shells for the rest of my natural life and I am only 19....With that 12ga. receiver, theyre tough as nails.
     
  17. Missileman

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    The 1100 20ga Magnum version has a smaller market than the standard, mainly because skeet shooters won't buy it because it won't function well with standard target loads. The Cutts is a toss-up, some will like it and some won't. The non ventilated rib distracts about $75 off the value. I'd say around $350 or so is fair market.
     
  18. DarinCraft

    DarinCraft New Member

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    I'm a little confused by that statement too.

    Thanks for the info. Right now if $350 is all, it's not worth it to sell. I'll buy a vent rib barrel and hold onto for a loaner I guess.

    It's on GB right now and get a ton of activity. The bid is $300 but not at the reserve price so we'll see where it goes.