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Old 08-19-2012, 06:40 AM   #1
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Default Just bought a winchester 1300 defender! With wood stock!

What are some good upgrades to this model?
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Old 08-19-2012, 02:36 PM   #2
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Old style or new style. The earlier 1300's had few "upgrades" available. Side saddle, butt stock ammo carrier, some stock options.

IMHO the 1200/1300 series of shotguns were some of the best pump guns ever made. Damn strong, reliable, just not a lot of accessories available. The Mossy's and 870's have more of a mainstream following. For me, the Winchester pump guns will always be in my inventory.
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A side saddle to carry more ammo and possibly a sling and you should be good to go. Maybe a light mount and light too.
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Ya it's a beautiful gun might just leave it stock
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This is it
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I bought a Specter Gear Winchester 1300/FN Police Buttstock Shell Holder with Rear Adapter for a few bucks on eBay. It holds 6 shells. No too many upgrades but it is strictly a self-defense shotgun.
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Here's something you can buy.. besides a flash light.
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The first thing I would do is get rid of the wood.
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Are you sure it is a defender because in this pic it looks like a regular 1300 the defender holds 9 shells
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That is not a "Defender" in my mind. It is a nice Winchester shotgun with standard (5 shot) mag tube. I believe Choate makes mag extensions for them. A side saddle and/or a buttstock ammo carrier and a couple cases of ammo will round it our nicely.

Nothing wrong with the wood. It could be died/stained darker if you chose to.
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