This used Remington 1100 12ga. is 1966.
The Remington 1100 was an immediate hit upon its introduction. It quickly became “the gun” on the Skeet ranges in the days before the over and under came to prominence. It was employed by hunters pursuing almost any game that could be pursued with a shotgun, and the 3″ Magnum models found favor as waterfowling guns. The 1100 is a popular gun used in trap shooting, skeet trap shooting, skeet shooting, and sporting clays. The Competition Synthetic model with an adjustable carbon fibre stock set was introduced in 2012 and has been received quite favorably. As with other semi-automatic shotguns, a shell catcher can be used to avoid spent shells hitting others on the squad when shooting trap. Modified versions of the 1100 are popular in tactical three-gun shooting as well.