Are Remington 1100 and 11 87 stocks interchangeable?
You can use 1100 & 1187 stocks on your 1187. Since you are replacing a synthetic stock, you will need a stock bearing plate to install between the wood stock and the receiver. Most recent manufacture cut-checkered 1100 fore ends will work on an 1187. The older press-checkered will not work without modification.
What barrels will fit a Remington 1100?
All 12 gauge 2 3/4″ barrels will fit on standard receivers. 20 gauge is different. There are a couple of different 20 gauge 1100 models and their barrels do not inter-change. All 28 gauge barrel are interchangeable.
When did Remington quit making the 1100?
By 1995 most field-grade Model 1100s had been discontinued although others would continue to be occasionally offered on a limited basis. As I write this, Remington is offering six standard-production variants.
Are Remington shotgun stocks interchangeable?
The 12/16 is interchangeable – also is the same as the old style 20 which was built off of the same frame. Now the new 20’s/28/410 are built on a smaller frame.
Will an 1187 barrel fit an 1100?
Your 1100 fore end may not fit the 1187 barrel. The contours of the gas cylinders are different. Older 1100 fore ends usually wont fit the 1187 barrel. At some point in production Remington changed the inletting and most later 1100 and 1187 fore ends are interchangeable.
What is a Rem Choke barrel?
Remington’s factory Rem Chokes are a system of interchangeable choke tubes and extended chokes that allow you to quickly and easily change the choke of your shotgun to match specific hunting conditions. Performance tuned for all Remington shotguns in field and target constrictions for optimal pattern performance.
Are Remington 870 and 1187 stocks interchangeable?
Late model 870 stocks are the same as 1100/1187 stocks. The 870 in this case would use a longer stock bolt. Earlier 870 stocks have to have the bolt hole opened up to clear the diameter of the action spring tube, and they need a bearing surface for the stock nut washer to bear against.