I RECENTLY PURCHASED AN 11-87 SPORTSMAN WITH THE CANTILEVERED SLUG BARREL,IT'S THE SAME GUN AS THE PREMIER EXCEPT MATTE BLACK AND ABOUT 100 BUCKS LESS. I AM SET UP WITH A Nikon PROSTAFF 2-7X SCOPE. ONCE I GOT ON THE PAPER AT 50 YARDS, I WAS ABLE TO DIAL IN FOR A DELIBERATE 1.5" HIGH HIT USING THE LIGHTFIELD HYBRID EXP 2 3/4" SABOT.I THEN PUT 1 MORE ROUND WITHIN A 1/2 INCH OF IT. AT 100 YARDS I HAD AN OFFICIAL 100 YD. MILITARY STYLE TARGET WITH A 6" BULL. ASSUMING THAT I WOULD HIT LOW,I HELD ON AT 12 O'CLOCK AND HIT 1" TO THE LEFT AND ABOUT A 1/2" LOW. THIS WAS OBVIOUSLY BENCHED AND WITH THE MOST DELICATE SQUEEZE I COULD MUSTER.I THEN DECIDED TO HOLD ON THE CENTER AND SEE WHERE IT WOULD HIT SINCE I WAS SO CLOSE TO MY POINT OF AIM ON THE FIRST SHOT. TO MY AMAZEMENT I TOOK THE X OUT OF THE CENTER.FURTHER SHOOTING REVEALED THE SLUG GUN I ALWAYS WANTED,VERY ACCURATE. ENJOY IT, I LOVE MINE.
NO! The 1187 barrel was for remington shotguns,the auto-5 shotgun is a browning shotgun.
NO, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO SO!!!!!!!!!!!!
The 1187 is a safety modified Reminton 1100. The safety was changed in 1987, hence the model number change from 1100 to 1187.
If you go to Remington's web site, you can request one or download one.
300 or so
IMHO you would be better served by ordering a replacement manual for free on the Remington site.
50-500 USD depending on specifics
Baikal isn't made buy Remington; it just has the name stamped on the side. It is made by baikal of russia
The 1187 is made in USA, the Bakail is made in Russia.An 11-87 is a shotgun designed by remington to shoot 31/2 in shells. The bikail is a russian made shotgun that shoots the same shell. Remington bought Bikail and is now selling the guns under there name. Bikail has a chrome lined barrel the 11-87 does not
The value of an 11-87 Remington shotgun depends on the condition of the gun. This shotgun in excellent condition sells for between 50.00 and 625.00 as of 2014.
The factors of 1187 are: 1, 1187. 1187 is a prime number.
You haven't stated what purpose you will be using it for. Without knowing that, can't help.
No, the 11-87 is a semi auto shotgun. If you saw a pump action which looked like an 11-87, it may have been a Remington 887.
.Manufacturer suggested retail price was$ 932.00 its worth 750.00 in 100% condition $275.00 in 60% condition.
100-500 depending on specifics
1187 = MCLXXXVII
1187 is not evenly divisible by 9.
The main difference between a model 1100 and an 1187 is, the 1100 is a semi-automatic auto loading shotgun, and the 1187 is a pump shotgun. Sorry, but that doesn't appear to be correct-the 1100 and 1187 are both autoloading shotguns-the Remington Pump guns are the 870 and the 887. The 105 is also a new autoloading gun. I still can't see any difference between the 1100 and the 11 87..... The 11-87 "replaced" the 1100 for a short time. The main difference is the gas system which handled light loads and magnums without any adjustment. If you wanted a magnum in the 1100, it had a single gas port and did not handle light loads with that barrel. the 11-87 did a better job of that function than the 1100. However, the 1100 was so popular that Remington had to reintroduce it, especially among clay target shooters. Hope this helps.
On the end of the magazine tube is a rotating cap marked "L" & "H".The "H" stands for high "brass" loads,the "L" for low "brass" loads. Ed
be more specific.
The address of the Spc Preservation Fund is: Po Box 1187, Bath, ME 04530-1187