Up for sale is a Remington Model 11 Semi-Automatic 12-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, and after Browning licensed his design to Remington in 1905, they went on to produce it up until 1947.
This example is in “very good” condition; its metalwork has above 80% bluing with only light scratches and wear. The waterfowl and game bird engravings on the sides of the receiver are clear and defect free. The wood buttstock has several dings and scratches, while the wood forend has extensive wear throughout the checkering and an approximately 4-inch crack that has been repaired. It has a 30-inch Full barrel and includes its front bead sight — the bore is bright and shiny with no pitting or fouling.
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