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April 29, 2024 - 2:20 am
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 I have 2 Winchester model 1100 pump shot guns, 12 &20 gauge. They are not Remington model 1100 semi-autos. I am wanting a 20-gauge barrel with the Win-choke system. What model will interchange with the model 1100? I think the 1100 is a close design of the 1200, just made in Canada. Thanks for any help.

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 Cannot say that I have ever heard of a Winchester Model 1100 shotgun.Is  it possible one or more of the numbers is light struck,so it looks different than what it should?Pictures would be of great help.There was a Winchester Model 2200.:)

 

 The Model 2200 was a Canadian version of the Model 1200.

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I believe there was a Win model 1100 semi auto known as the widow maker?  Production into the 1920’s.  Or was it a model 11?

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I believe there was a Win model 1100 semi auto known as the widow maker?  Production into the 1920’s.  Or was it a model 11?

  

Model 1911… and a real ugly duckling!

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 The poster said they had a 12 gauge and a 20 gauge version of the gun.I believe the Model 1911 was made in 12 gauge only.So I would think it was not a Model 1911 ,unless one was converted to 20 gauge

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 The gun pictured does look like a Model 1400.From what I understand from the ad, the Model 1100 Winchester could be a prototype for a 3 inch Winchester to compete with the Remington Model 1100.

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