Remington Model 1100 Competition


The Remington 1100 Competition is an autoloading shotgun chambered in 12 gauge. Remington Arms is an American gun manufacturer. Founded in 1816, Remington is headquartered in Madison, North Carolina, and is the oldest continually operating manufacturer in North America.

The 1100 Competition is optimized for 2.75″ and other light field loads. Additional features include a hi-gloss walnut stock, recoil pad, blued receiver, vented rail, and twin target style bead sights. The receiver and all internal components are Nickel-Teflon coated for superior corrosion resistance and durability. The trademark Remington gold trigger is also included.

Remington recommends the 1100 Competition for competitive and recreational shooting.



12 Gauge
Capacity: 4
Sights: Twin bead front sights
Features: Hi-gloss walnut stock; blued receiver; twin target style bead sights; vented rail; Nickel-Teflon coated internal components; and trademark Remington gold trigger
Gauge: 12 gauge
Stock: American walnut
Material/Finish: Hi-gloss
Type: Semi-auto
Chokes: Vent Rib ProBore brand choke
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Weight: 8.25 pounds
Barrel Length: 30"
Length of Pull: 14.25"
Overall Length: 50.25"
Drop at Comb: 1.5"
Drop at Heel: 2.25"

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