Available Quantity: 26 Price: $1,551.19 MSRP: $1,712.95
Description: Remington Model 1100, 200th Year Anniversary Limited Edition 12 Gauge Shotgun, 28" Type 5 Barrel 4-Round Capacity, C-Grade Walnut Stock With Fleur de Lis Checkering Md: 82910
To commemorate our 200th year as America’s Gun Maker, we’re producing a very special Limited Edition series of laser-engraved firearms and giving you the chance to own an exciting new part of Remington’s storied history. Available through our Bicentennial year, a limited run of 2,016 classic Model 870, Model 1100, Model 700, Model 7600 and Model 1911 R1 firearms will feature a luxurious, sculpted 24 karat gold inlay portraying our founder, Eliphalet Remington, walking with his first forged barrel. Each is presented in a commemorative Bicentennial box with a historical Remington timeline and a certificate of authenticity.
Features: - C-Grade Walnut Stock with Fleur de Lis Checkering - Classic American Style Engraving and Gold Inlay - Steel Floorplate - Medallion in Grip - Limited to Quantity of 2016 - Special Serial Number - Rifle Sights? - Custom Box
Specifications: - Gauge: 12 Gauge - Magazine Capacity: 4 rounds - Barrel Length: 28 inches - Barrel Type: 5 - Sights: Twin Bead - Receiver Finish: Polish Blue - Overall Length: 48.5 inches - Length of Pull: 14 inches - Drop at Comb: 1.5 inches - Drop at Heel: 2.5 inches
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