Remington Spartan 100
|Remington Spartan 100|
|Place of origin||Russia|
|Weight||6½ or 6¼ pounds|
|Length||44½, 43, 41, or 39 inches|
|Barrel length||29½, 28, 26, or 24 inches|
|Caliber||12 or 20 gauge or .410 bore|
The Remington Spartan 100 is a single-shot, break-action shotgun. It is a variant of a classical Russian shotgun IZh-18 manufactured by Izhevsk Mechanical Plant for export under trademak "Baikal," in Izhevsk, Russia. It is marketed and distributed by Remington.
The standard model SPR100 has a blued receiver, hardwood stock and fore-end, and a fixed choke. It is chambered in 12 gauge with a 28-inch barrel, or in 20 gauge or .410 bore with a 26-inch barrel. It weighs 6 1⁄2 pounds.
An upgraded version of the SPR100 has a nickel-plated receiver, walnut stock and fore-end, and screw-in choke tubes. This variant is a 12 gauge with a 29 1⁄2-inch barrel.
The SPR100 Sporting model has a nickel-plated receiver, walnut stock and fore-end, and screw-in choke tubes. The barrel is ported to reduce felt recoil.
The SPR100 Youth model is chambered in 20 gauge or .410 bore. It has a 24-inch barrel and weighs 6 1⁄4 pounds.
- "SPR 100". Remington Arms. Retrieved 25 December 2012.
- Workman, Dave. "Remington’s 'Spartan' Shotgun: A Keeper at an Economy Price", Gun Week, February, 2005
- SPR100 Firearm Model History on Remington.com