Remington 11R

     Notes: This shotgun began as a weapon that was to be used by US troops in the trenches of World War 1; however, Remington’s trench model was not ready before World War 1 ended.  Remington then changed its focus for the weapon to police use, and it became the Model 11R (R for Riot).  It achieved considerable popularity between World War 1 and 2, and was one of the few semiautomatic shotguns available at the time.  During World War 2, they were picked up for military use, though often without the bayonet lug common to military shotguns of the period.  Most of these military shotguns were sold off to police departments after World War 2.  One of the more infamous users of the Model 11R was Bonnie Parker (as in Bonnie and Clyde), who use one with cut-down barrel.  The Remington Model 11R is basically a US copy of the Browning Auto-5M, with a few cosmetic differences.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Remington 11R

12 Gauge 2.75”

3.6 kg

4 Tubular

$581

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Remington 11R

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

43

 

Remington 11-87

     Notes:  This was originally designed to be the company’s successor to the 1100, but was instead developed into a weapon primarily meant to be used by hunters who need longer barrels and those who are inexperienced with semiautomatic shotguns.  The weapon’s action was simplified to make caring for the weapon easier and operation more reliable, while the recoil mechanism was modified to reduce recoil.  To make the weapon even easier to fire, a thick recoil pad was added to the butt.  Only one version of the standard Model 11-87 was made with a shorter barrel, and it is a rather difficult-to-find weapon; most 11-87’s have longer barrels.  The barrel is equipped with an interchangeable choke set.  The mechanism and piston are nickel-plated, and the patented piston system is virtually self-cleaning.  A left-handed version is available, but only with a 28-inch barrel.  The Model 11-87 was introduced in 1987.  A deluxe version, the Premier, was introduced in 1999; it is engraved on both sides of the receiver housing.  It is identical to the standard version for game terms.

     The Remington 11-87P is a development of the Model 11-87 modified for military use, used in those times when a pump-action weapon simply does throw out lead fast enough for your purposes.  It differs from the standard 11-87 in having better chrome inside the barrel, a bayonet lug, extended magazine, and a recoil pad on the butt that is almost a full inch thick.  There are also three types of sights for the Model 11-87P: standard bead-type sights, notch-and-post rifle-type sights (with an adjustable rear sight), and adjustable ghost ring rear and blade front sights.  The stock is of polypropylene and the metal parts are Parkerized.  The standard choke is Improved Cylinder; however, Remington will make the Military Version with other chokes upon order.  The Military Version has a shorter 18-inch barrel; a 14-inch barrel version, the Entry Gun, is also available to military and police concerns.  (Police versions and the Entry Gun do not have a bayonet lug.)  Chokes on all military models are Improved Cylinder, except for the Entry Gun, which uses a Modified choke.

     The Model 11-87 SP (Special Purpose) is a series of Model 11-87 versions designed specifically for hunting. The Model 11-87 SPS-FR (Special Purpose Shotgun Fully Rifled) is a version which was introduced in 1991 with rifling for the firing of slugs and Saboted slugs; it is not meant for shot, and is equipped rifle-type sights with TruGlo high-visibility inserts.  It is equipped with a reinforced plastic stock and fore-end.  A similar version, the Model 11-87 Cantilever Deer Gun, has a special mount for a telescopic sight, but has no iron sights.  (It is otherwise identical to the SPS-FR for game purposes.)  The Model 11-87 SPS-T (Turkey) also has a short barrel, but is designed for either shot or slugs.  It has interchangeable chokes, a sighting rib, and its plastic stock is finished with a Mossy Oak pattern.  The Model 11-87 SPS-T was introduced in 1999; in 2000, it was given TruGlo sight inserts.  The Model 11-87 SP and SPS Super Magnum shotguns (one with a wooden stock, and the other with a plastic stock), are designed for the firing of 3.5-inch, 3-inch, and 2.75-inch shells.  They have interchangeable chokes, and weigh and shoot the same for game purposes.  A version of the SPS Super Magnum, the SPS Super Magnum Camo is finished all over in a Mossy Oak pattern and is equipped only with a 28-inch barrel, but is otherwise identical.  Another nearly identical model is the SPS-T Super Magnum Camo Cantilever; this version has a special mount for a telescopic sight and no sighting rib.  The SPS-T RS/TG (Rifle Sight TruGlo) has a short 23-inch barrel with rifle-type sights that have TruGlo inserts.  Rifled-barrel versions of these guns are also available, with barrels of either 21 or 23 inches and rifle-type sights; these have been available since 2002.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: Only the original Model 11-87, the Model 11-87P Military, and the Model 11-87P Entry Gun are available in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Remington 11-87 (21” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.46 kg

5 Tubular

$698

Remington 11-87 (26” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.71 kg

5 Tubular

$724

Remington 11-87 (28” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.74 kg

5 Tubular

$734

Remington 11-87 (30” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.8 kg

5 Tubular

$744

Remington 11-87 (21” Barrel)

20 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.1 kg

5 Tubular

$555

Remington 11-87 (26” Barrel)

20 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.32 kg

5 Tubular

$580

Remington 11-87 (28” Barrel)

20 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.35 kg

5 Tubular

$591

Remington 11-87 (30” Barrel)

20 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.4 kg

5 Tubular

$601

Remington 11-87P Military

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.75 kg

7 Tubular

$684

Remington 11-87P Entry Gun

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.62 kg

4 Tubular

$662

Remington 11-87SPS-FR

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.39 kg

5 Tubular

$708

Remington 11-87SPS-T

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.39 kg

5 Tubular

$708

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (26” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.7 kg

4 (2.75” and 3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$805

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (28” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.73 kg

4 (2.75” and 3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$816

Remington 11-87 SPS Super Magnum (26” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.7 kg

4 (2.75” and 3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$815

Remington 11-87 SPS Super Magnum (28” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.73 kg

4 (2.75” and 3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$826

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (21” Rifled Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.6 kg

4 (2.75” and 3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$780

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (23” Rifled Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.64 kg

4 (2.75” and 3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$790

Remington 11-87 SPS Super Magnum (21” Rifled Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.6 kg

4 (2.75” and 3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$790

Remington 11-87 SPS Super Magnum (23” Rifled Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.64 kg

4 (2.75” and 3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$800

Remington 11-87 SPS-T RS/TG

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.7 kg

4 (2.75” and 3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$800

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Remington 11-87 (21”, 12 GA, 2.75”)

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

4

Nil

45

Remington 11-87 (26”, 12 GA, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

4

Nil

57

Remington 11-87 (28”, 12 GA, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

62

Remington 11-87 (30”, 12 GA, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

67

Remington 11-87 (21”, 12 GA, 3”)

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

4

Nil

52

Remington 11-87 (26”, 12 GA, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

65

Remington 11-87 (28”, 12 GA, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

70

Remington 11-87 (30”, 12 GA, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x36 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

76

Remington 11-87 (21”, 20 GA, 2.75”)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

4

Nil

38

Remington 11-87 (26”, 20 GA, 2.75”)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

48

Remington 11-87 (28”, 20 GA, 2.75”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

52

Remington 11-87 (30”, 20 GA, 2.75”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

56

Remington 11-87 (21”, 20 GA, 3”)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

4

Nil

43

Remington 11-87 (26”, 20 GA, 3”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

55

Remington 11-87 (28”, 20 GA, 3”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

59

Remington 11-87 (30”, 20 GA, 3”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

64

Remington 11-87P Military (2.75”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

3

Nil

38

Remington 11-87P Military (3”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

3

Nil

43

Remington 11-87P Entry Gun (2.75”)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

5

3

Nil

27

Remington 11-87P Entry Gun (3”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

5

3

Nil

30

Remington 11-87 SPS-FR (2.75”)

SA

6

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

67

Remington 11-87 SPS-FR (3”)

SA

6

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

79

Remington 11-87 SPS-T (2.75”)

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

4

Nil

45

Remington 11-87 SPS-T (3”)

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

4

Nil

52

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (26”, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

8

4

Nil

57

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (26”, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

65

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (26”, 3.5”)

SA

5/1d6x36 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

71

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (28”, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

62

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (28”, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

70

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (28”, 3.5”)

SA

5/1d6x36 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

77

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (21” Rifled, 2.75”)

SA

6

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

67

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (21” Rifled, 3”)

SA

6

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

79

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (21” Rifled, 3.5”)

SA

6

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

93

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (23” Rifled, 2.75”)

SA

6

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

77

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (23” Rifled, 3”)

SA

6

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

91

Remington 11-87 SP Super Magnum (23” Rifled, 3.5”)

SA

7

2-4-6

7

5

Nil

108

Remington 11-87 SPS-T RS/TG (2.75”)

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

4

Nil

50

Remington 11-87 SPS-T RS/TG (3”)

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

4

Nil

57

Remington 11-87 SPS-T RS/TG (3.5”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

63

 

Remington 11-96 Euro Lightweight

     Notes: Introduced in 1996, the Euro Lightweight was primarily meant for the European market, but also had some small sales in North America.  It did not sell well, and in 2000 was taken out of production, despite the fact that it was chosen in 1997 by Shooting Industry magazine as the Shotgun of the Year.  The Euro Lightweight is a semiautomatic shotgun with a strong chrome-molybdenum barrel that has a ventilated sighting rib.  It is similar in many respects to the Model 11-87 and may be partially based on that model.  The receiver and mechanism are made from lightweight steel, and the receiver is engraved on both sides.  The Euro Lightweight is equipped with a set of interchangeable chokes for Improved Cylinder, Modified, and Full.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: This shotgun does not exist in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Euro Lightweight (26” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.1 kg

5 Tubular

$649

Euro Lightweight (28” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.2 kg

5 Tubular

$659

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Euro Lightweight (26”, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

5

Nil

57

Euro Lightweight (26”, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

5

Nil

65

Euro Lightweight (28”, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

62

Euro Lightweight (28”, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

6

Nil

70

 

Remington 105CTi

     Notes: Building a small arm using a lot of composites and titanium alloys is common in pistols and revolvers, a bit less common in rifles and some military weapons, but as I write this (March 2007) it is virtually unknown in shotguns.  However, the Model 105CTi is just such a shotgun.  Designed in late 2005, and introduced to the public at the 2006 SHOT Show, the Model 105CTi went on sale in early 2007.

     While the overall design is essentially that of a rather conventional semiautomatic, tubular-magazine-fed shotgun, the receiver is made from aircraft-quality titanium alloy encased within a carbon-fiber shell.  The barrel is made from lightweight, high-grade steel, further lowering the weight without sacrificing strength, and the tubular magazine is of aluminum alloy.  The stock and fore-end are of mid-grade walnut, with an R3 recoil pad on the butt.

     Though the Model 105CTi is gas-operated, there are some wrinkles to its operating system.  The recoil of the shell being fired, in addition to cycling the bolt, also cycles an inertia sleeve which helps reduce recoil.  There is also an oil-filled cylinder in the stock that further dampens recoil by reducing the velocity of the cycling bolt.  The trigger group is tournament-grade.  Despite all this, the Model 105CTi has remarkably few moving parts, and the gas system is designed to resist fouling as much as possible.  The barrel is also overbored, again slightly reducing recoil and providing additional resistance to fouling.  The Model 105CTi is provided with three screw-in ProBore choke tubes – Improved Cylinder, Modified, and Full.  Without any of these choke tubes, the Model 105CTi has a Cylindrical choke.  The barrel is topped with a ventilated sighting rib which also have bead sights at the front and rear.  Other unusual features include the controls and shell ejection – the controls are ambidextrous, and ejection is downward, meaning the Model 105CTi is essentially ambidextrous.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: The Model 105CTi is not available in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Remington 105CTi (26” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.18 kg

5 Tubular

$812

Remington 105CTi (28” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75” and 3”

3.22 kg

5 Tubular

$822

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Remington 105CTi (26”, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

3

Nil

57

Remington 105CTi (26”, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

3

Nil

65

Remington 105CTi (28”, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

3

Nil

62

Remington 105CTi (28”, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

70

 

Remington 1100

     Notes:  An autoloading shotgun, the 1100 was originally designed for hunting and trap shooting. The recoil spring is located in the stock of the weapon. A variant by Sage International uses a recoil spring conversion and a folding stock or telescoping stock. Some versions have pistol grips, rifle sights, or sight mounts. Before 1987, the barrel had a fixed choke, but interchangeable choke sets were made for the Model 1100 thereafter. 

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Remington 1100 (20” Barrel)

12 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.7 kg

5 Tubular

$582

Remington 1100 (21” Barrel)

12 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.75 kg

5 Tubular

$588

Remington 1100 (22” Barrel)

12 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.8 kg

5 Tubular

$593

Remington 1100 (25” Barrel)

12 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.95 kg

5 Tubular

$608

Remington 1100 (26” Barrel)

12 Gauge (2 3/4”)

3 kg

5 Tubular

$613

Remington 1100 (28” Barrel)

12 Gauge (2 3/4”)

3.1 kg

5 Tubular

$623

Remington 1100 (30” Barrel)

12 Gauge (2 3/4”)

3.2 kg

5 Tubular

$633

Remington 1100 (20” Barrel)

20 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.36 kg

5 Tubular

$450

Remington 1100 (21” Barrel)

20 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.4 kg

5 Tubular

$455

Remington 1100 (22” Barrel)

20 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.44 kg

5 Tubular

$460

Remington 1100 (25” Barrel)

20 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.57 kg

5 Tubular

$475

Remington 1100 (26” Barrel)

20 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.61 kg

5 Tubular

$480

Remington 1100 (28” Barrel)

20 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.7 kg

5 Tubular

$490

Remington 1100 (30” Barrel)

20 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.79 kg

5 Tubular

$500

Remington 1100 (20” Barrel)

28 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.2 kg

5 Tubular

$384

Remington 1100 (21” Barrel)

28 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.24 kg

5 Tubular

$389

Remington 1100 (22” Barrel)

28 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.28 kg

5 Tubular

$394

Remington 1100 (25” Barrel)

28 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.4 kg

5 Tubular

$410

Remington 1100 (26” Barrel)

28 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.44 kg

5 Tubular

$415

Remington 1100 (28” Barrel)

28 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.52 kg

5 Tubular

$425

Remington 1100 (30” Barrel)

28 Gauge (2 3/4”)

2.6 kg

5 Tubular

$435

Remington 1100 (20” Barrel)

.410 Gauge (3”)

2.19 kg

3 Tubular

$280

Remington 1100 (21” Barrel)

.410 Gauge (3”)

2.23 kg

3 Tubular

$285

Remington 1100 (22” Barrel)

.410 Gauge (3”)

2.27 kg

3 Tubular

$291

Remington 1100 (25” Barrel)

.410 Gauge (3”)

2.39 kg

3 Tubular

$306

Remington 1100 (26” Barrel)

.410 Gauge (3”)

2.43 kg

3 Tubular

$311

Remington 1100 (28” Barrel)

.410 Gauge (3”)

2.51 kg

3 Tubular

$321

Remington 1100 (30” Barrel)

.410 Gauge (3”)

2.59 kg

3 Tubular

$331

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Remington 1100 (12GA 20”)

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

6

5

Nil

43

Remington 1100 (12GA 21”)

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

5

Nil

45

Remington 1100 (12GA 22”)

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

5

Nil

47

Remington 1100 (12GA 25”)

SA

5/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

5

Nil

54

Remington 1100 (12GA 26”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

5

Nil

57

Remington 1100 (12GA 28”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

62

Remington 1100 (12GA 30”)

SA

6/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

6

Nil

67

Remington 1100 (20GA 20”)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

5

Nil

36

Remington 1100 (20GA 21”)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

5

Nil

38

Remington 1100 (20GA 22”)

SA

4/1d6x20 of 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

5

Nil

40

Remington 1100 (20GA 25”)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

5

Nil

46

Remington 1100 (20GA 26”)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

5

Nil

48

Remington 1100 (20GA 28”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

5

Nil

52

Remington 1100 (20GA 30”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

56

Remington 1100 (28GA 20”)

SA

3/1d6x16 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

4

Nil

32

Remington 1100 (28GA 21”)

SA

3/1d6x16 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

4

Nil

34

Remington 1100 (28GA 22”)

SA

3/1d6x16 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

4

Nil

36

Remington 1100 (28GA 25”)

SA

3/1d6x16 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

5

Nil

41

Remington 1100 (28GA 26”)

SA

4/1d6x16 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

5

Nil

43

Remington 1100 (28GA 28”)

SA

4/1d6x16 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

5

Nil

47

Remington 1100 (28GA 30”)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

50

Remington 1100 (.410GA 20”)

SA

3/1d6x8

1-Nil/Nil

6

3

Nil

23

Remington 1100 (.410GA 21”)

SA

3/1d6x8

1-Nil/Nil

6

3

Nil

24

Remington 1100 (.410GA 22”)

SA

3/1d6x8

1-Nil/Nil

6

3

Nil

25

Remington 1100 (.410GA 25”)

SA

3/1d6x8

1-Nil/Nil

6

3

Nil

29

Remington 1100 (.410GA 28”)

SA

3/1d6x12

1-Nil/Nil

7

3

Nil

30

Remington 1100 (.410GA 28”)

SA

3/1d6x12

1-Nil/Nil

7

3

Nil

33

Remington 1100 (.410GA 30”)

SA

3/1d6x12

1-Nil/Nil

7

3

Nil

36

 

Remington 1100 Special Field/LT-20

     Notes: This variant of the standard Model 1100 is designed specifically for hunting.  The Special Field has a short 23-inch barrel, and is designed in 12 and 20 gauge versions.  The stock is of fine walnut, and is in the English (straight wrist) style.  The Model 1100 LT-20 is designed only for 20 gauge shells, and has a walnut stock with a pistol grip wrist.  There is a ventilated sighting rib above the barrel.  The LT-20 Magnum is designed to use 3-inch 20 gauge shells and comes in only a 28-inch barrel version, but is otherwise identical to the standard LT-20.  These versions ended production in 2000, replaced by versions with plastic stocks, engraved receivers, and usually camouflaged in the Mossy Oak pattern.

     The Model 1100 LT-20 Youth is a version designed for beginning shooters and teenagers.  The stock is shorter, and the barrel is shortened to 21 inches.  Until 1998, this model was made with both walnut and black plastic stocks and fore-ends, but after that, the walnut-stocked version was dropped.  A subset of this gun is the Model 1100 LT-20 Youth Turkey, chambered for 3-inch shells and with a rear leaf sight containing a green glass fiber rod, and front sight with a TruGlo insert, as well as a sighting rib.  The stock is plastic and finished in the Mossy Oak pattern.  A similar weapon is the Model 1100 Youth Synthetic Turkey Camo; it does not have the iron sights and is in a finish known as Real Tree Advantage Camo, but is otherwise the same as the LT-20 Youth Camo for game purposes.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: Only the walnut-stocked versions of the Special Field, LT-20, and LT-20 Magnum exist in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Remington 1100 Special Field (Wood Stock)

12 Gauge 2.75”

3.3 kg

5 Tubular

$592

Remington 1100 Special Field (Wood Stock)

20 Gauge 2.75”

3 kg

5 Tubular

$461

Remington 1100 Special Field (Plastic Stock)

12 Gauge 2.75”

3.23 kg

5 Tubular

$602

Remington 1100 Special Field (Plastic Stock)

20 Gauge 2.75”

2.94 kg

5 Tubular

$471

Remington 1100 LT-20 (26” Barrel, Wood Stock)

20 Gauge 2.75”

3.1 kg

5 Tubular

$476

Remington 1100 LT-20 (28” Barrel, Wood Stock)

20 Gauge 2.75”

3.2 kg

5 Tubular

$486

Remington 1100 LT-20 (26” Barrel, Plastic Stock)

20 Gauge 2.75”

3.04 kg

5 Tubular

$486

Remington 1100 LT-20 (28” Barrel, Plastic Stock)

20 Gauge 2.75”

3.14 kg

5 Tubular

$496

Remington 1100 LT-20 Magnum (Wood Stock)

20 Gauge 3”

3.33 kg

5 Tubular

$516

Remington 1100 LT-20 Magnum (Plastic Stock)

20 Gauge 3”

3.27 kg

5 Tubular

$526

Remington 1100 LT-20 Youth (Wood Stock)

20 Gauge 2.75”

2.91 kg

5 Tubular

$451

Remington 1100 LT-20 Youth (Plastic Stock)

20 Gauge 2.75”

2.86 kg

5 Tubular

$461

Remington 1100 LT-20 Youth Turkey

20 Gauge 3”

2.85 kg

5 Tubular

$490

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Remington 1100 Special Field (12 GA)

SA

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

5

Nil

50

Remington 1100 Special Field (20 GA)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

42

Remington 1100 LT-20 (26”)

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

48

Remington 1100 LT-20 (28”)

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

52

Remington 1100 LT-20 Magnum

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

59

Remington LT-20 Youth

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

4

Nil

38

Remington 1100 LT-20 Youth Turkey

SA

4/1d6x20 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

4

Nil

43

 

Remington 1100 Sporting

     Notes: This variant of the Model 1100 is designed primarily for bird hunting and skeet shooting, and has a long barrel, sighting rib, and a decent heft for its size, not too light or heavy.  It appeared in 1996.  The Remington 1100 action is a bit dated, but utterly reliable, and by 2004, the Remington 1100 Sporting 410 is the only .410-gauge shotgun being made in the US by any major firearms manufacturer.  The Model 1100 Sporting has a walnut stock and a chrome-molybdenum-steel barrel with interchangeable chokes of Skeet, Improved Cylinder, Light Modified, and Modified.  A variant of the Model 1100 Sporting is the Model 1100 Classic Trap; this version has a longer barrel, a recoil pad on the Monte Carlo-style stock, a blued barrel and mechanism, and interchangeable chokes.  The trigger has gold plating.  This version appeared in 2000.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: This shotgun does not exist in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Remington 1100 Sporting 12

12 Gauge 2.75”

3.63 kg

4 Tubular

$696

Remington 1100 Sporting 20

20 Gauge 2.75”

3.18 kg

4 Tubular

$564

Remington 1100 Sporting 28

28 Gauge 2.75”

3.06 kg

4 Tubular

$493

Remington 1100 Sporting 410

.410 Gauge 3”

3.06 kg

4 Tubular

$391

Remington 1100 Classic Trap

12 Gauge 2.75”

3.73 kg

4 Tubular

$702

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Remington 1100 Sporting 12

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

62

Remington 1100 Sporting 20

SA

4/1d6x24 or 2d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

52

Remington 1100 Sporting 28

SA

3/1d6x16 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

45

Remington 1100 Sporting 410

SA

3/1d6x8

1-Nil/Nil

7

2

Nil

32

Remington 1100 Classic Trap

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

5

Nil

67

 

Remington 1100 Synthetic Youth

     Notes: This is a lightweight, small-caliber variant of the Remington 1100 firing short 2 1/2” shells.  It is meant for children and young teens to introduce them to hunting and trap shooting.  The short shells and small caliber do not make especially effective as an antipersonnel weapon or for hunting large animals or birds, but it is easy to handle and take care of.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Synthetic Youth

20 Gauge 2.5”

3.22 kg

7 Tubular

$433

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Synthetic Youth

SA

4/1d6x16 or 2d6x4

2-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

6

4

Nil

40

 

Remington 7188/7180

     Notes: First developed specifically for use by US Navy SEALs in Vietnam, the first example of the Remington 7188, the Mk 1, appeared in 1967, and was perhaps the most destructive close combat weapon produced to that date.  Developed from the Remington 1100, the Model 7188 was a fully-automatic version of that weapon, with some other modifications requested by the SEALs.  Though these weapons were never large in number, the Mk 1 version was the most common of them; it had a perforated barrel shroud, extended tubular magazine, bayonet mount, and adjustable rifle sights.  The Mk 2 was identical, but used a ventilated barrel rib and front bead sight of a standard shotgun.  The Mk 3 was also identical to the Mk 1 but did not have the perforated barrel shroud.  The Mk 4 was a Mk 3 with standard shotgun-style sights.  The Mk 5 was also similar to the Mk 1, but did not have an extended magazine, and also did not have the perforated barrel shroud.  The Mk 6 was identical to the Mk 5, but had standard shotgun-style sights.

     While the SEALs liked the fantastic destructive power of the Model 7188 (especially with the custom loads they tended to use), they found the Model 7188 had one big problem: it was highly-sensitive to dirt and fouling, and this made it quite unsuited for general use in Vietnam.  In addition, the enormous recoil of a full-auto burst (even at the low cyclic rate of the Model 7188) was difficult to control, and even with an extended magazine, the ammunition supply was thought to be too small by many SEALs.  There were never more than a couple of dozen of each Mark of the Model 7188 made, and they were withdrawn from service within a few years, a weapon experiment that ultimately failed.  Some were converted back to semiautomatic fire; though this essentially turned them back into Remington 1100s (albeit, with unique markings and an unusual selector lever), they were designated Model 7180s.

     For game purposes, the Mk 1, 2, 3, and 4 are identical, and the Mk 5 and 6 are identical.  The Model 7180s are simply 7188s which may fire on semiautomatic only.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Remington 7188 Mk 1-4

12 Gauge 2.75”

3.86 kg

7 Tubular

$654

Remington 7188 Mk 5-6

12 Gauge 2.75”

3.79 kg

5 Tubular

$653

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Remington 7188 Mk 1-4

3

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

4

5

43

Remington 7188 Mk 5-6

3

4/1d6x28 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

7

4

6

43

 

Remington SP-10 Magnum

     Notes: This is a semiautomatic 10-gauge shotgun, introduced in 1989.  It is a large and heavy weapon with long barrels to take advantage of the caliber.  It comes with a thick recoil pad, and is said to be comfortable to shoot despite its heavy caliber.  The SP-10 is gas-operated, and is specifically designed for 3 1/2” shells; smaller shells will not generate enough gas to cycle the bolt and the weapon will almost certainly jam if smaller shells are fired through the SP-10.  The SP-10 is equipped with interchangeable chokes for Full or Modified. 

     Another version of the SP-10 Magnum is the SP-10 Magnum Turkey Camo, introduced in 1993.  This version has a short 23-inch barrel with interchangeable chokes of Full, Modified, and Extra Full.  It has a plastic stock and the entire gun is finished in Remington’s Mossy Oak camouflage pattern.  A subset of this gun is the SP-10 Turkey Camo NWTF (National Wild Turkey Foundation); this version was made in 1998 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of that foundation, and part of the sales of the gun was given to that foundation.  It is identical to the SP-10 Magnum Turkey Camo except for the TruGlo sights on the barrel rib and the NWTF logo on the receiver.

     In 1998, Remington brought out the SP-10 Magnum Camo; it followed in 2000 with the SP-10 Magnum Synthetic.  These are SP-10’s with plastic stocks and fore-ends and are made only with 26-inch barrels.  The Magnum Camo has, of course, the Mossy Oak finish, while the Synthetic is finished in matte black.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: The SP-10 Turkey Camo NWTF, SP-10 Magnum Camo, and SP-10 Magnum Synthetic do not exist in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

SP-10 Magnum (26” Barrel)

10 Gauge 3.5”

4.99 kg

3 Tubular

$947

SP-10 Magnum (30” Barrel)

10 Gauge 3.5”

5.3 kg

3 Tubular

$977

SP-10 Magnum Turkey Camo

10 Gauge 3.5”

4.8 kg

3 Tubular

$934

SP-10 Magnum Camo/Synthetic

10 Gauge 3.5”

4.5 kg

3 Tubular

$957

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

SP-10 Magnum (26”)

SA

5/1d6x40 or 2d6x8 or 3d6x4

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

75

SP-10 Magnum (30”)

SA

5/1d6x44 or 2d6x12 or 3d6x4

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

88

SP-10 Magnum Turkey Camo

SA

5/1d6x36 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

7

4

Nil

66

SP-10 Magnum Camo/Synthetic

SA

5/1d6x40 or 2d6x8 or 3d6x4

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

75

 

Remington Versa Max

     Notes: The Versa Max is a gas-operated semiautomatic shotgun which uses an innovative operating system to soften recoil and cycle the weapon.  The Versa Max dispenses with the single gas port of most gas-operated weapons and replaces it with seven smaller vents in the wall of the chamber.  The Versa Max is tubular-fed, but all of those parts sliding to and fro on the cylinder feed system are also missing, using gas and the operation of the bolt itself to feed the chamber from the magazine.  (This is called the Self-Cleaning Versaport Gas-Piston System, and cuts down greatly on dirt and carbon being fed into the chamber and magazine.)  This system also makes the use of different-length ammunition easier, to the point that different-length ammunition can be used at the same time in the same magazine. (Use of mixed ammunition length must be winged by the GM and player for magazine capacity.)  It also allows for easier use of shot and slug in the same magazine.  The player will have to keep track of which type of round will be the next one to be fired.  The Gas system means that the reciprocation of the bolt and the resulting recoil all equal that generated by a 2.75-inch shell, regardless of shell length.  Excess gas is exited through the gas port; two smaller gas pistons instead of one larger one are used to this effect.  The stock and pump slide are synthetic, with the receiver and other metal parts made of steel; the entire finish is normally black, but Mossy Oak and Realtree are available.  The stock has a thick rubber SuperCell recoil pad.  The stock is normally a drop stock, but pitch of the stock and angle of the buttplate can be adjusted by the shooter.  Length of pull can be adjusted by the use of thinner SuperCell pads.  Barrel lengths come in 26 and 28 inches, and are topped by a ventilated sighting rib..

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Versa Max (26”)

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.63 kg

5 (2.75”), 4 (3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$815

Versa Max (28”)

12 Gauge 2.75”, 3”, and 3.5”

3.67 kg

5 (2.75”), 4 (3”), 3 (3.5”); Tubular

$826

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Versa Max (26”, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

8

4

Nil

57

Versa Max (26”, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

65

Versa Max (26”, 3.5”)

SA

5/1d6x36 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

71

Versa Max (28”, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

62

Versa Max (28”, 3”)

SA

5/1d6x32 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

70

Versa Max (28”, 3.5”)

SA

5/1d6x36 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

4

Nil

77

 

Remington V3 Field Sport

     Notes: Sort of an amalgamation of the Model 1100 and the Versa Max, the V3 features the Model 1100’s handiness and the Versa Max’s Versaport operating system. The V3 combines the Versaport system’s reliability and soft recoil into a sleek platform that is handier than either the Model 1100 or the Versa Max. It has the ease of takedown of the 1100.  It has natural pointing qualities. It can digest any ammunition from sub-loaded 2.75” shells to hotloaded 3” magnums without a hiccup.  There are two patterns to choose from: the V3 Field Sport Black Synthetic, in all-black, and the V3 Field Sport MO Blades (for Mossy Oak), a RealTree pattern based on swampy-type grass formations.  They are both identical for game purposes (except for barrel lengths), and both have synthetic furniture.  The sights are front and rear beads, connected by a light-colored ventilated sighting rib. A thick recoil pad is included on the butt, and the semi-pistol grip and fore-end have molded-in textured grip panels. The V3 is considered by some shooters to have too heavy a trigger pull (5.75 pounds) for a hunting weapon, but trigger pull is crisp and consistent. The magazine capacity is limited, as it is designed to be a civilian hunting weapon, but it can take an extended magazine, like most shotguns. The barrels are ported; along with the recoil pad and the V3’s recoil-friendly operation design, the V3 has one of the softest recoil among shotguns of its type. The barrels are not chromed, but are smoothed, polished, and honed; the MO Blades version does not come with a 26-inch barrel.  The action and barrel use a forced cone, which reduces recoil further (and unfortunately has no effect on the Recoil figure in game terms). The V3 can take both 2.75” and 3” shells loaded at the same time, without feed problems.  The receiver does not have a Picatinny of Weaver rail, nor does it come with sight rings or any other optic, but it is drilled and tapped for all types of optic or rail.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

V3 Field Sport (26” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75” or 3”

3.23 kg

3 Tubular

$861

V3 Field Sport (28” Barrel)

12 Gauge 2.75” or 3”

3.28 kg

3 Tubular

$871

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

V3 Field Sport (26” Barrel, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d5x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or Nil

8

2

Nil

57

V3 Field Sport (26” Barrel, 3”)

SA

5/1d5x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

2

Nil

65

V3 Field Sport (28” Barrel, 2.75”)

SA

5/1d5x32 or 2d6x8

2-3-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

2

Nil

74

V3 Field Sport (28” Barrel, 3”)

SA

5/1d5x32 or 2d6x8

2-4-Nil/Nil or 1-Nil

8

3

Nil

84