Remington Model 1100 LT-20 Semi-Automatic 20G Shotgun. 25 ½” (650mm) Barrel, Standard 2 ¾” (70mm) Chamber and a Raised Ventilated ¼” (7mm) sight rib. Double sight bead with small brass to the mid-point and larger white front. Stock measures to a pull of 13 3/8” (340mm) bringing in an overall length of 45 3/8” (1150mm). Scales trip out to 7 lbs 3 oz (3.252 Kg).
Black finished Engraved Action with full gun details including SKEET version etc. These were / are far from inexpensive guns when new. The last one I had in for sale was £1100 from memory and that is quite some time ago. Fixed choke at
Usual Fleur de Leigh Chequering to the stock and forend which is where the questions begin. The woodwork is in excellent condition. Especially considering a high gloss varnish finish. The lightest of marks to the barrel too. However the action finish is showing excess wear to the finish in comparison. All I can guess is that the previous owner carried it about in their left hand, as you would expect. It is only cosmetic and not beyond relatively simple repair. However its more likely just a GREAT SERIOUSLY HARD working 20 gauge semi with a reputation second to none. Also far from common in this smaller calibre option. Ideal for someone younger, female or anyone else in need of a lighter weight and lighter recoil gun.