I have perused the Remington society for research in the past and found lots of great info here. This time though I haven't found anything and need some help.
I have a few model 31s. I really like 31L's to hunt with. I have never seen a "L" with anything other than the corncob forend and the uncheckered stock. I have also never came across a 20 gauge with a "Deluxe" stock unless it was a high grade engraved model. So that leads me to the very odd gun I just purchased. It's a 20 gauge. It has what I would call a TC stock. It's deluxe with checkering and it has a thicker comb and very little drop. The stock has the Remington grip cap. The barrel is a 28" vent rib with a full choke. If that was it, my question would be, did Remington make a 20 gauge 31TC? Which I would still like to know... However mine is more odd than that. As it has the alloy receiver. It is simply marked as a 31 not a 31L however that is a common thing on alloys.
So what do I have? Is it someones pieced together oddity? Was it a bizarre special order? What do you think?
Pictured next to a standard 31L 20 gauge
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