Remington Model 11 Semi-Automatic 12-Gauge Shotgun | 30-Inch Barrel

Remington Model 11 Semi-Automatic 12-Gauge Shotgun | 30-Inch Barrel

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.

  • Manufacturer: Remington
  • Model: 11
  • Year of Manufacture: August 1938
  • Caliber: 12-Gauge
  • Capacity: 4 +1
  • Action Type: Recoil Operated Semi-Automatic

When purchasing a firearm online, please contact your local FFL dealer and MAKE SURE they know you will have a gun shipped to them. Failure to do so may incur more fees, hassle, and time. All purchases are subject to applicable Federal, State, and local laws. Please be aware of all local, state, and federal laws you are subject to, and do not purchase if you are prohibited from purchasing or possessing this product. It is the purchaser’s responsibility to comply with any restrictions on the purchase, ownership, and possession of any items purchased. We do not claim any original manufacturer warranty’s nature, extent, or availability. We do not claim the safe operation of this firearm. The buyer is responsible for having the firearm purchased to be inspected by a certified or accredited gunsmith for safety.

Original price was: $850.00.Current price is: $749.00.

Out of stock

  • Remember:  Parts may require fitting by a trained gunsmith.
  • When purchasing a firearm online:  please get in touch with your local FFL dealer and MAKE SURE they know you will have a gun shipped to them. Failure to do so may incur more fees, hassle, and time. The buyer is responsible for having the firearm purchased to be inspected by a certified or accredited gunsmith for safety.
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