While not as prized by collectors as some antique double guns, the Remington 1900 is a beautiful example of a classic American side-by-side by one of the world's most trusted gunmakers. Produced from 1900 to 1910, the 1900 is essentially the same gun as the Model 1894 with slightly cheaper materials and without the fancy engraving found on 1894s. Built with the ultimate in care and precision, the 1900 offers a great opportunity to own an affordable piece of shotgunning history that will look great in your display case while still wreaking habit in the field. This shotgun features a traditional double trigger, a bead sight, a tang-mounted safety, and fixed full chokes. The shotgun's action is tight, but there has been some dowel repair, its wood has been refinished, and there is a crack by the tang and a chip at the toe of the stock. Over all, its wood, metal, and bore are in good condition.