Remington Spartan 100

Remington Spartan 100
Place of originRussia
Production history
ManufacturerRemington Arms
SPR100 Sporting
SPR100 Youth
Mass6+1/2 or 6+1/4 pounds
Length44+1/2, 43, 41, or 39 inches
Barrel length29+1/2, 28, 26, or 24 inches

Caliber12 or 20 gauge or .410 bore[1]
ActionSingle-shot, break-action

The Remington Spartan 100 is a single-shot, break-action shotgun. It is a variant of a classical Russian IZh-18 shotgun manufactured by Izhevsk Mechanical Plant for export under trademark "Baikal", in Izhevsk, Russia.[2] It is marketed and distributed by Remington.[3]

The Spartan 100 accepts 2+3/4-inch or 3-inch shotgun shells. It utilizes a cross bolt safety and a selectable ejector or extractor.



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.

SPR100 Sporting[]

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.

SPR100 Youth[]

The SPR100 Youth model is chambered in 20 gauge or .410 bore. It has a 24-inch barrel and weighs 6+1/4 pounds.


  1. ^ a b "SPR 100". Remington Arms. Archived from the original on 20 November 2012. Retrieved 25 December 2012.
  2. ^ Workman, Dave. "Remington’s 'Spartan' Shotgun: A Keeper at an Economy Price", Gun Week, February, 2005
  3. ^ SPR100 Firearm Model History on Archived 2008-02-08 at the Wayback Machine

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