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Almost any 1100 barrel could've been fitted to it, including a later one that accepted choke tubes.

The M prefix would indicate the M1100 was made in 1992. The adjustable butt is either an option or an aftermarket one.

Remington's "numbering system" is incredibly goofy. I've used it to date a few rifles, but one of my M700s that I bought used in 1978, has code stamps on the barrel that make no sense according to the dating info on the Remington Society's site.

As for value, I've never seen any M1100 12ga that wasn't worth at least $350-$400 if in decent condition.
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