dowork1021 64 Posted April 22, 2012 Report Share Posted April 22, 2012 Hey guys, school has been getting in the way of my firearm obsession but I caught a break and scored a new shotgun. Its a mid 1940's Remington Model 11 in 16 gauge based almost exactly off of the Browning Auto 5. This this is in perfect condition for its age. The bluing is probably 98% and the wood is in decent shape as well. The coolest thing about this is the way the action works. It is strictly recoil operated and the barrel actually travels into the reciever about 4 inches. The action is still extremely tight and robust. The quality of the fit and finish is amazing and the engravings look awesome. I thought i would share my recent score with you. I also picked up a French MAS 36 as well for an awesome price but that will be in another post. Enjoy the picks and if you have any knowledge on it please share. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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