The Blue Book lists 33 different versions of the Model 1100. A few can be eliminated, since they were not manufactured in the 60's or in 12 gauge, but that still leaves a range from $165 for a Field Grade in 60% condition to to $9000 for a Gold Premier in 100%. Then factor in such things as ventilated or plain rib, Monte Carlo or plain stock, wood or synthetic stock, adjustable or fixed choke, after-market alterations (buttplate removed and recoil pad added), and left-handed models. Assuming that your gun is not a special-order item or highly engraved or inlaid with gold or silver, most versions will list from about $250 to $450 if it retains 80-90% of its original finish and has not been altered from the original factory configuration. If you need a closer estimate than that, someone familiar with the model will have to examine it. I just purchased a 12 gauge that Remington said today was made in 1966. I paid $300 and it is in decent shape, just worn normally.
A Remington model 31 16 gauge shotgun is worth between $200 and $600 depending on its condition. These shotguns were commonly used for sport and recreational shooting.
Model 870 Magnum 1982 ducks unlimited edition
Is it chambered for magnum shells? If not, the answer is NO.
It is a 22 Long Rifle.
Tough question, the Remington model 550 is a .22 rifle not a 12 gauge shotgun.
It can, but, damage will eventually happen. Not recommended.
Remington automaster model 87 12 gauge is one of those cases that has got greatest importance, and that involves professional assistance regarding
The 1100 designation for a Remington shotgun is the model number. Remington makes the 1100 model in a trap version and a field version.
We need make, model, and condition- and it is not a rifle- it is a shotgun.