The Model 11 is known as the poor man's Browning. This one's owner's family, Mr. James Phillips, had it refinished for him some time in the 1970s. The only James Phillips we can find obituary records on from adjoining Henderson County, Tennessee, was a career employee of the Tennessee Valley Authority, and quite possibly he was the original owner of this Remington Model 11 autoloader, one of John Moses Browning’s inventions. Date Code is C P, manufactured in April of 1923, the 19th year of production for the workhorse Model 11. Whichever James Phillips this Model 11 belonged to, his family thought enough of him to have the shotgun professionally refinished in 1978 for presentation on what was quite possibly his 59th birthday. Bluing is a very nice semi-gloss throughout, and walnut buttstock and forend were redone to a plain oil finish. Buttstock exhibits extensive moderate scouring, nothing deep, as the photos show. It has one short hairline crack on the left side of the pistol grip, about 1/2 inch long with no signs of any separation. Metal finish is excellent. We rate this solid old model 11 as Very Good, perhaps even Excellent, Refinish; photos, at any rate, ought to suffice for prospective owners to judge finish grade for themselves. It is certainly excellent mechanically. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright, clean, and excellent. As far as specs, type is recoil operated Browning’s Patent semi-auto shotgun; 12 gauge; capacity 4 + 1 rounds of 2 3/4 inch shells only; 28 inch .694 diameter Full Choke; length of pull 13 3/4 inches including the F325 Pachmayr 1978 recoil pad; weight empty 8 1/2 pounds. We’re offering this attractive, serviceable and collectable Remington Model 11 for only $ 259.95.
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