Remington 3200 Competition Trap 30″ 12 gauge O/U Over Under Double Barrel Shotgun, MFD 1976

SOLD FOR $1,500.00

Make: Remington

Model: 3200 Competition Trap

Serial Number: OU. 41216

Year of Manufacture: 1976 (LI date code, first year this model was produced)

Gauge: 12 Gauge, 2 3/4″ Shells

Action Type: Boxlock over under top break with single selective trigger and individual ejectors.

Markings: The left and right sides of the receiver are marked “COMPETITION” inside scroll engraving. The bottom of the receiver is marked “Remington / 3200 / OU. 41216”. The trigger guard has scroll engraving. The inside of the forend iron is marked “1216” and the inside of the forend is marked “216” in white. The left side of the top barel is marked “* 12 GA. 2 3/4 OR SHORTER SHELLS” and “FULL”. The left of the bottom barrel is marked “IMP. MOD.”. The bottom of the bottom barrel is marked “F” in triangle. The bottom of the monoblock has inspector markings and “1216”. The right of the top barrel is marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO. INC. ILION, N.Y. MADE IN U.S.A. / PATENT PENDING”, with “REP” in oval and “F” in trianle. The right side of the bottom barrel is marked “REP” in oval, with inspector marks, “43” and “LI” date code.

Barrel Length: 30″, Vent Rib

Choke: Full over Improved Modified

Sights / Optics: This shotgun is mounted with a white front sight bead and a smaller steel mid bead on a wide ventilated stepped rib with waves cut into the top for glare reduction.

Stock Configuration & Condition: The stocks are fancy walnut with beavertail forend, straight comb, flat-bottom pistol grip and solid black rubber Kick-Eez buttpad. The forend has a few scattered light compressions and some light marring on the left side in the checkering toward the front. The buttstock has several light compressions along the toe-line with only a few others scattered throughout. There are no chips or cracks. The checkering is mostly sharp and highly defined. The LOP measures 14 1/8″ from the front of the trigger to the back of the buttpad. The buttpad appears to have had the heel intentionally worn down but otherwise shows little to no wear or damage, in about Fine condition as modified. The drop at comb is about 1 3/8″, drop at heel is about 1 1/2″. The cast is neutral. Overall, the stocks are in about Very Good-Fine condition.

Type of Finish: Blue

Finish Originality: Original

Bore Condition: The bores are bright. There is no erosion.

Overall Condition: This shotgun retains about 95% of its metal finish. The edges of the rib have a couple of light marks. The barrel has some light wear under the forend from assembly/disassembly but otherwise shows only light handling marks. The receiver has light thinning at some edges. The left side of the receiver has an incomplete line of wear just behind the forend iron. The right side of the receiver has what appears to be finish loss from a chemical of some kind along the edge of the shoulder with a drip-line across the marking on the side of the receiver and another down to the bottom just behind the forend iron, this drip line continues across the front edge behind the forend iron on the bottom of the receiver. The trigger guard/plate assembly shows light thinning at edges with a few very small, scattered marks. The pin heads show finish loss but no tool marks or peening. The markings are clear. Overall, this shotgun rates in about Fine condition.

Mechanics: The action functions correctly. The barrels lock up to the receiver with no play. The ejectors throw shells energetically. We have not fired this shotgun. As with all used firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance standards.

Box, Paperwork & Accessories: None.

Our Assessment: This is an exceptionally nice shotgun and one of the few over-under shotgun models ever produced by Remington. The design is essentially the same as the Krieghoff model 32 and the fit and finish isn’t far off from a Krieghoff, either. This shotgun is in about Fine condition with 95% of its original finish remaining, good bores, strong mechanics and some good-looking wood. With its 30″ barrels choked Full over IM and selective triggers, this should make one heck of a trap gun. Please see our photos and good luck!

CA Legal or CA Private Party Transferable: This shotgun can be transferred in California.

Remington 3200 Competition Trap 30" 12 gauge O/U Over Under Double Barrel Shotgun, MFD 1976
Remington 3200 Competition Trap 30″ 12 gauge
O/U Over Under Double Barrel Shotgun, MFD 1976