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The Model 1100 bleeds off gases to operate the action through ports in the barrel near the fore end. The gasses then drive a steel action sleeve that fits around the magazine tube and connects to the bolt carrier to the rear, ejecting the spent shell. A fresh shell is released from the magazine, which trips the carrier release, and the action spring in the stock pushes the bolt forward, picking up the fresh shell and loading it into the chamber. With modifications to the trigger group to regulate feed and firing, the design is basically a gas powered Model 870. The Model 1100 can fire any 2+3⁄4-inch (7.0 cm) shell without adjustment in the standard models, and both 2+3⁄4 and 3-inch (7.6 cm) Magnum shells can be used interchangeably on the Magnum versions.
The Model 1100's carrier release is located on the underside of the firearm, which is unlike a number of other semi-automatic shotguns such as the Mossberg 930 or the FN SLP whose carrier releases are located on the side
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