Is the Winchester Model 1300 stainless steel marine 12 gauge?

Is the Winchester Model 1300 stainless steel marine 12 gauge?

Description: Here is a rare Winchester Model 1300 Stainless Marine 12 Gauge Pump Action shotgun. The shotgun has an 18-1/2 inch barrel, front rifle sight with a silver bead, flip-up adjustable rear sight, 6+1 shot capacity, wood stock and forearm and is chambered for both 2-3/4 & 3 inch shells.

What kind of shotgun is the Winchester Model 1200?

Winchester Model 1200. The Model 1200 and Model 1300 are two pump-action shotguns that were manufactured by the Winchester-Western Division of Olin Corporation. It was produced in 12-, 16- and 20-gauge.

Is there a Winchester Model 12 20 gauge?

Near Mint Winchester Model 12 20 gauge. S/N 1446*** made in 1952. 99% Blue and Varnish. 28″ plain barrel. Modified Choke. 2 3/4″ Chamber. Bore and mechanics are excellent. The buttstock is …Click for more info NEW THIS WEEK! Presenting a consignment 90 per cent cnodition Winchester Model 12 Pidgeon Grade shotgun in 12 Gauge.

How big is the barrel on a Winchester shotgun?

Winchester Shotgun Barrels         Model 1200, 1300, 120, 200, 12ga  3” Mag Pump       8 Shot 17¼” from back of mag band to base of barrel 18” Cyl defender Matt 8 shot 95% $200

What’s the value of a Winchester 1300 shotgun?

The 12 month average price is $554.85 new and $429.90 used. The new value of a WINCHESTER 1300 shotgun has fallen $0.00 dollars over the past 12 months to a price of $554.85 .

When did the Winchester Repeating Arms Model 1300 come out?

Introduced in 1978. Chambered for 12-gauge 3″ only. Has 30″ ventilated rib barrel, with screw-in choke tubes. Matte-blued, with satin-finished walnut stock and recoil pad. Introduced in 1984. Laminated WinTuff stock made available in 1988.

Why was the Winchester Model 1300 called the speed pump?

The chamber was lengthened to accommodate 3″ shells. Winchester always claimed that the 1300, which they nicknamed the “Speed Pump” was a faster design than what Remington and Mossberg offered in their designs, and I can actually agree.