DISASSEMBLY & REASSEMBLY GUIDE Winchester 1300 Shotguns
Also applies to these models:
Winchester 1300, Standard, Featherweight, Magnum, Ranger, Pistol Grip, Camo, Deer, Combo, XTR, WinTuff, Slug Hunter, Marine, and all similar models. Winchester 1200 Sears “Ted Williams” Model 1200 Sears Ranger Models, 120 and 200.
The only current printed manual that includes information on ALL models.
Easy to use -- Comb binding lies open and flat on your work surface.
16 pages & 35+ high-resolution grayscale images.
Cardstock cover. Bright white paper.
Exploded Part Diagrams
(49 parts - 2 Pages)
- Clear Rifle
- Magazine Cap
- Trigger Guard Pin
- Trigger Guard Group
- Slide Bridge (20 ga.)
- Breech Bolt
- Ejector Retainer
- Firing Pin
- Cam Pin
- Trigger Housing
- Side Latch
- Hammer Stop Pin
- Magazine Spring
Excerpt from this Guide:
A Brief history of the Winchester 1300 Shotgun
No pump shotgun is faster than the Winchester Model 1300.
In fact, the Model 1300 is so fast, we call it the Speed Pump™
The Model 1300 is based on the Model 1200 introduced by
Winchester in 1964. Please see similar models listed on the back cover.
Historical timeline of the Model 1300.
1978: Model 1300 pump shotgun introduced.
1984: 1300 Featherweight pump shotgun, 12 ga., 20 ga and pistol grip models.
1985: Magnum Waterfowl and Ranger youth slide action.
1987: Model 1300 Camo Pack 22” and 30” barrels, Ranger Deer combination pack.
1988 Model 1300 Wild Turkey Federation “Gun of the Year”, XTR 28” barrel, Featherweight 22” barrel, and WinTuffs.
1990: Slug Hunter, 28” & 26” barrels, Stainless Marine, Ranger 26”, and 20 gauge Defender.
1994: Realtree Turkey Gun
1995: Model 1300 Turkey and Deer Smoothbore barrel
1997: Model 1300 Lady Defender 8 shot 20 gauge.
1999: Model 1300 Upland and Camp Defender
2000: Model 1300 Black Shadow Cantilever Deer
2002: NWTF Short Turkey
2005: Model 1300 Practical Defender
January 17th of 2006 it was announced that U.S. Repeating Arms
Company (the company that makes Winchester the Model 1300 Speed Pump Shotgun) would be shutting down the factory located in New Haven, Connecticut.