No, the Remington Model 1100 stock has a hole (recepticle) through the inside of the stock in the pistol grip area to accept the action spring tube. The Remington Model 870 stock has no need for this hole so the 870 stock will not fit on the Model 1100 action.
No, the re4ar receiver face on the Model 11 Remington has a different configuration. The Remington Model 11 is a semi-auto with a tube containing a bolt return spring located at the rear of the receiver. The Model 11 stock has a receptacle to accept this tube, the Model 870, being a pump action, does not have this receptacle.
No, Winchester 1400
Yes, The receiver pins are the same as the Remington 870, so any stock that will fit the 870 will fit the 7400
Serial numbers by year for the 870 Remington Model.
The 870 is a pump action shotgun. The 1100 and the 11-87 are the two standard Remington semi-auto shotguns. In 2008 Remington introduced an 870 with Pheasant and Duck engraving and a semi-fancy claro walnut stock. This was a premier dealer gun. http://www.remington.com/products/firearms/premier_dealer_exclusives/model_870_wingmaster.asp
Yes, A stock bearing plate from the 870 or 1100 must be used with the 870 stock.
All Remington model 870 shotguns were made in the Unites states.The Remington plant was located in Ilion,New York.
No. The 11-87 has a recoil spring & tube in the stock, the 870 uses a single bolt.
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