I was re-arranging the safe for hunting season last night and I stupidly dropped my 20ga Rem 1100 LT-20 onto its buttstock. It took a nice big chunk out of the end of the stock and broke the plastic buttplate.:banghead: I will be quickly adding a rubber mat in front of my gun safe. And checking my gun handling skills. As far as this gun goes, a few questions: 1. This is an early model LT-20. Is there any collector value in repairing the stock? 2. This might be a good excuse to cut down this stock for my kids. Does anyone have a process or products for doing this? Ideally, I would like a (cheap) adjustable stock or a set of spacers to adjust LOP as they grow. 3. Does anyone have an inexpensive 1100 20ga stock they want to sell? 4. Will a 12ga 1100 stock fit? Or a stock from any other Remington? Thanks!