For sale: Remington Model 11 Semi-Automatic 16-Gauge Shotgun. Modeled after John M. Brownings’ Auto-5 shotgun, the Model 11 has a 5-round capacity with four in the magazine and one in the chamber. The original Auto-5 design was first introduced in 1898; Browning then licensed his design to Remington in 1905 where production continued until 1947.
This example has been refinished with a parkerized finish; it features hand checkering on the wood forearm and wrist. It weighs approximately 8lbs and measures 47.25″ long with a 14″ length of pull. The barrel is 28″ long with a Modified choke. Overall, this shotgun is in Fair to Good condition; the parkerized finish leaves much to be desired, with uneven patchiness on the top, partially obscuring the markings. The forearm shows age, scarring, and a few cracks on the left side, and the stock shows typical darkness, bruising, and other blemishes caused by regular use and age. The bore is in Excellent condition; it is bright and shiny with no visible defects. The bolt face shows surface oxidation which will require arresting.; otherwise, the action cycles as designed.
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