A noticeable revamp of the Remington smoothbore line includes a number of new models for 2006. The Model 1100 Competition, designed for the serious clay-target shooter, comes only in 12-gauge, with a 30-inch overbored (.735) barrel and with a standard buttstock or an adjustable comb and the Remington R3 LimbSaver recoil pad. The new ProBore barrel has a 10mm target-style rib with twin beads and uses a new interchangeable extended choke tube system that is not compatible with the standard Rem. Choke tubes. Tubes are available in Skeet (.004), IC (.009), Light Mod (.012), Mod (.018) and Full (.036). All internal-action moving parts are plated with electroless nickel and Teflon, for reduced wear and friction. The gun weighs 8.25 pounds and has a 14.25-inch length of pull, a 2.25-inch drop atomb and a 1.5-inch drop at heel. SRP: $1,265 for the standard stock, $1,450 for the adjustable comb.