Up for sale is a Remington Model 11 Sportsman semi-auto shotgun made April 1937, serial #1390X, 20 ga, 22 inch skeet barrel with Cutts compensator and two chokes (spreader and modified). The gun has a walnut stocks, excellent blueing, excellent checkering, and is like new inside and out. Left side of the receiver is engraved with "Ohio State Champion 1937 Firestone". This shotgun was the first place prize at the Firestone 1937 Trapshoot in Akron Ohio.
Both sides of the receiver are engraved, the left side has a marsh scene with a duck, the right side has a field scene with a pheasant. The gun has a ribbed barrel with brass center bead. All screws, butt plate, and grip end cap are original and in excellent condition. Does have a few light scratches on stock, these are not very noticable and does not distract from the overall appearance.
Gun shoots and points extremely well, shoulders quick and has a natural old gun feel. It is not made out of plastic and is not TACTICAL. Great conversation piece and still has a lot of life left.
Own a piece of Ohio History for only
$1000.00 $850 or best offer, may consider serious reasonalbe offers. NO TRADES. Three day non-firing inspection period. Gun must ship to a FFL or FTF if close.
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Thanks for looking,