Winchester 1300 coastal marine


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BIGGBAY90
June 12, 2011, 01:52 PM
THE GOOD OLD DAYS BUT DISCONTINUE--PRODUCE IN 1990

With a nickel-plated stainless steel barrel, corrosion resistant, anodized aluminum alloy receiver and key parts that are plated for corrosion resistance, the Coastal Marine is naturally very popular in saltwater environments. Specifically, the coastal bear country of Alaska where lesser guns simply waste away. 18" barrel length with cylinder bore choke. Eight-shot magazine capacity. Sling swivel studs included. Removable front TRUGLOŽ fiber optic sight.
FIRST YEAR OF MODEL PRODUCE 1984, LAST YEAR 2006
Last

Ga -12

Barrel
Length--18INCH

Overall
Length 39 1/2"

Nom.
Weight 6 lbs. 8 oz

MSRP $524.00

ALL 1300 MODEL WERE GREAT SHOTGUN--WHO STILL HAVE THEIR GUNS

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joed
June 12, 2011, 02:03 PM
I looked at the Win, Mossberg and Remington a few years ago. I ruled out the Winchester because it had the blued receiver. Final decision was the Mossberg on price. Probably not as well made as the Remington but it doesn't get shot much.

Looking back I'm glad I didn't chose Winchester, they no longer make that gun.

Fred Fuller
June 12, 2011, 02:50 PM
Decent pumpguns at a decent price, I for one am sorry to see them gone. I still have a couple of 1200s, a couple of 1300s, and one FN Police Pump.

It's a shame that FN dropped their line of pumpguns based on the Winchester 1300. But there should be parts available, for a while anyway.

lpl

El Mariachi
June 12, 2011, 06:07 PM
Just remember what we say in the boat biz;

Stainless only means that it stains less....:D

jlott00
June 12, 2011, 06:07 PM
i found a nice 1300 with wood for $360 out the door, is that worth it?

BIGGBAY90
June 12, 2011, 06:12 PM
Blued or stainless and which model

Fred Fuller
June 12, 2011, 08:53 PM
i found a nice 1300 with wood for $360 out the door, is that worth it?

Last 1300 I bought (about a year ago) was a 12 ga. 24" rifle sighted barrel smoothbore slug gun, about 90 - 95%, for $140 or so (tag price was $125) , but then I'm a notorious cheapskate. $360 sounds too expensive to me...

lpl

BIGGBAY90
June 12, 2011, 08:58 PM
i found a nice 1300 with wood for $360 out the door, is that worth it?

last 1300 i bought (about a year ago) was a 12 ga. 24" rifle sighted barrel smoothbore slug gun, about 90 - 95%, for $140 or so (tag price was $125) , but then i'm a notorious cheapskate. $360 sounds too expensive to me...

Lpl
i guess it depeneds on where you live

heeler
June 12, 2011, 10:40 PM
Hmm...I found a very clean 1300 just the same as Lee's including an attached Weaver scope base for $150.00.
Looking around recently the 90 per cent plus guns seem to be pushing for more money as of now.
Perhaps both of us scored good due to the rotten economy.

Milkmaster
June 12, 2011, 11:32 PM
i found a nice 1300 with wood for $360 out the door, is that worth it?

Those are running about $250 - $300 around here with wood and 26"/28" barrel and screw in choke. Buy yourself one and enjoy it. Enough were sold that parts should be around for a good while yet.

RugerMcMarlin
June 13, 2011, 03:01 PM
Bought a 12 gauge 1200 w/winchoke, from a guy leaving a gunshow. Gave a c-note.
I figured that was cheap enough, I could turn it inside, for a decent profit. What I didn't know was he had already pedaled it all over the show. I couldn't do better than break even.
I took that to mean there was something wrong with them in general. After listening to you guys I really wish I would have just kept it.

Used retail price on them around here, is about $120- $150 for a nice one. I'm gonna start picking them up.

All except for the 1300 Mariner.

BIGGBAY90
June 13, 2011, 08:39 PM
With a nickel-plated stainless steel barrel, corrosion resistant, anodized aluminum alloy receiver and key parts that are plated for corrosion resistance, the Coastal Marine is naturally very popular in saltwater environments--with an 18 inch barrel

you mean you guys see the coastal marine 1300 for $150------right

RugerMcMarlin
June 13, 2011, 08:52 PM
Your right. We were talking about 1200s and 1300s in general. I forgot this thread was about your shotgun. I have never even looked at one like you describe, but I dont live in the Aleutians either. But, it sounds wonderful. Every time you list all the things you like about it. It sounds wonderful.:)

lobo9er
June 13, 2011, 09:04 PM
N E 1 got pictures of thier 1300's?

Tomcat47
June 13, 2011, 09:16 PM
I just recently bought a 1300 in 20 Ga. for $150.00.. thought it was a great deal!

Good looking gun too! will get some pics on here a bit later in the week!

might be a good week to take her out for a drive anyway....;)

BIGGBAY90
June 14, 2011, 08:34 PM
And what's wrong with that-----we all love our guns....even you :0)
rugermcmarlin

lobo9er
June 14, 2011, 09:22 PM
saw a used one today at gander mtn. 220+tax

Grayrock
June 14, 2011, 10:16 PM
Last 1300 I bought (about a year ago) was a 12 ga. 24" rifle sighted barrel smoothbore slug gun, about 90 - 95%, for $140 or so (tag price was $125) , but then I'm a notorious cheapskate. You paid MORE than the tag price?

broken
June 15, 2011, 10:24 AM
i found quite a few parts for a 1300 looking around the net. i am not too worried.mine looks like brand new.it was 169.00 on the tag i traded a smith/wesson 916 and a extra kukri i had straight up for it at the gun shop.thought it was a fair trade.but it has the slickest action on any pump i have had.

Fred Fuller
June 15, 2011, 01:02 PM
You paid MORE than the tag price?

Shipping and FFL transfer cost $$, too...

lpl

joed
June 15, 2011, 01:13 PM
i am not too worried.mine looks like brand new.it was 169.00 on the tag i traded a smith/wesson 916 and a extra kukri i had straight up for it at the gun shop.

The 916, possibly the worst shotgun ever made. I also had one when I was on a S&W kick. It was a good duck hunting gun and I used it for a few years. Around 2002 I asked a gunsmith a question about it and he made a face.

Think I may have sold it for just about what I paid.

RugerMcMarlin
June 15, 2011, 01:14 PM
Yeah I didn't get that either.

Grayrock
June 15, 2011, 03:55 PM
Forgot about all the "extras". That's why my last several guns have all been FTF. But for only $15 of "extras" you did get steel for a steal:p

BIGGBAY90
June 18, 2011, 10:59 AM
Great

Red Cent
June 18, 2011, 03:19 PM
If it doesn't have one, figure the price for a good recoil pad. With a 3 dr eqiv. load, they hurt!

Sold one a few months back 95% for $200.00 if I remember correctly.

Tomcat47
June 18, 2011, 08:41 PM
Took it out for some sunshine!......:)

3" inchers are sharp little kickers in this 20 Ga....:scrutiny: I had forgotten that aspect...even with the recoil pad! Was not bad, but noticable for sure...even now I remember it! :)

Here is the pics.....I actually put the White enamel in the letters myself...I Like the way it looks! Its a trusty old hunter for sure!

Ole Coot
June 18, 2011, 09:44 PM
I do like my Winchester blued 1300 with heat shield(don't need). It is my HD firearm and I trust it completely. Gave my 870 to my son because he needed one and I liked the 1300 more.

oneounceload
June 18, 2011, 09:52 PM
3" inchers are sharp little kickers in this 20 Ga.

Then shoot 2-3/4" - they will do the job

Tomcat47
June 19, 2011, 12:08 AM
Yep! I had a box of each....and the 3" were Federal Premium Heavy Turkey...

I would like to find a slug barrel maybe? I really like it a lot. A 12 Ga. 1300 is suppposed to be coming my way next week....:)

If I get it you will see it here on THR!

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