Do they still make Remington 11-87?

The Remington Model 11-87 is a semi-automatic shotgun manufactured by Remington Arms and based on the earlier Model 1100. The Model 11-87 remains in contemporary production, 34 years after being introduced in 1987.

What is a Remington 1187 special purpose?

The special purpose gun was a el chepo model which was designed to be used by an average everyday hunter that did not need a blued finish or fancy wood or any of the amenities of a higher priced shotgun. Some of them on special runs even came with 3 choke tubes from the factory and were very good shotguns.

What is the difference between Remington 1100 and 11-87?

The main difference is that the 1187 has a gas compensation system that allows everything from light 2-3/4″ shells to heavy 3″ loads like buckshot and slugs to be fired from the same barrel. For the 1100 you’d need two different barrels.

How much does a 11 87 shotgun cost?

Remington 11-87 Sportsman Black Synthetic Semi-Auto Shotgun

ITEM # Gauge PRICE
1353209 (1353209) MPN: *9879 12 Gauge $549.99

What is the difference between Remington 1100 and 11 87?

Will a 1187 barrel fit a 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.

Will a Remington 1100 stock fit a 1187?

Yes. All remington 12ga stocks, be it an 870, 1100 or 11-87 are interchangeable and will fit any standard 12ga framed receiver. They are the same product even though they have different stock numbers.

What’s the value of a Remington 11 87?

The new value of a REMINGTON 11 87 shotgun has risen $166.49 dollars over the past 12 months to a price of $959.33 . The used value of a REMINGTON 11 87 shotgun has risen $57.36 dollars over the past 12 months to a price of $701.36 .

How big is a Remington 12 gauge shotgun?

A 3″ 12-gauge semi-automatic shotgun, with 26″ to 32″ ventilated rib barrels having screw-in choke tubes. Blued, with checkered walnut stock. Weight about 7.75 lbs. Introduced in 1987.

When did the Remington 12 gauge Camo come out?

Camo finish is green. Introduced in 1993. 12-gauge furnished with 26″ or 28″ ventilated rib barrel, with IC Mod. and Full RemChoke tubes. Stock black synthetic material and metal finished in black matte. In 1997, a camo version was introduced.

When did the Dale Earnhardt 12 gauge come out?

Introduced in 2003 to honor Dale Earnhardt. This 12-gauge fitted with 28″ ventilated rib barrel and walnut stock with checkering. Engraved on receiver is a likeness of Earnhardt, his signature and scroll work inlayed in gold.