Gun Report

Remington Model 1100 Sporting No. 25315 12 Gauge

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
A proven workhorse, and it is our pick for the competition fields.

Remington Model 1100 Sporting No. 25315 12 Gauge

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The heavier gun suited some of our testers better. Members of our team who had a lot of experience behind the 1100 preferred its familiar feel, operation, and timing. We had no bobbles with the Remington. After a day of shooting, however, this gas- operated gun gave us more to clean up than the Benelli.
Here is part of the execution of the 1100 you pay for. The cut checkering on the semi-fancy walnut stock was crisp and sharp, lending a tackiness to the pistol grip that we liked. The high-gloss finish helped show off the excellent figure and color of the furniture, too.
The extended stainless choke is visible on the front of the gun. We preferred those Remington chokes over the Benelli for convenience, but not for patterning. The 1100 shot low.
Here's a better look at the walnut striping on the beavertail forend. Nice. But Benelli used a much smaller front end to save weight.

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