The Remington Model 90-T is a single-barrel trap gun designed by the U.S. Competition Arms Company. Introduced in 1992, the 12-gauge shotgun was discontinued in 1997. A second-version of the Remington Model 90-T with a high-post adjustable and adjustable comb stocks was introduced in 1994 and also discontinued in 1997.
The Remington Model 90-T has a full choke and a vent rib barrel in 32- and 34-inch lengths. It is a hammerless shotgun and has a drop-out trigger mechanism and removable side plates. The wood is very finely finished deep-cut walnut, and all metal parts are dark black in color.