Shooting TImes UK has just posted a review of the Remington 1100 G3 Shotgun
Handling the gun, whether at the pattern plate or a few clays, threw up no surprises. Close your eyes and you could step back all those years since its introduction. In spite of the worthwhile modifications it is still undeniably a Remington 1100, and that is not a bad thing. Patterns were even and consistent, recoil soft and functioning reliable with appropriate loadings. Ejection is usually flawless; throwing the cartridge cases cleanly away and, as ever, the trigger pull is a little heavy and long but eminently safe for a gun of this type.