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Talk:Winchester Model 1200/1300

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Additional Variants

A heavily modified Winchester 1200 with ATI Classic Heatshield with Sights and Speedfeed pistol grip stock - 12 gauge
A Winchester 1300 Marine fitted with an Ati shotforce pistol grip stock, Ati shotgun standard forend, and an Ati classic heatshield with ghost ring sights - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 1200 Deer Slug - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 120 - 20 gauge
Winchester Model 120 Ranger - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 1200 Combat with heat shield - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 1200 Defender - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 1200 Riot-Gun - 12 gauge. Pre-Defender configuration
Winchester Model 1200 with nickel finish - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 1300 Defender with pistol grip - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 1200/1300 Defender with pistol grip - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 1300 Ranger - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 1300 Defender with black synthetic furniture (pre-2000s version) - 12 gauge
The Winchester 1300 Defender with Tacstar grips that was digitised for Duke Nukem 3D - 12 gauge


Am I correct in thinking that a Winchester Model 1200 Ranger is simply an entry level 1300, so should be linked to this page? Aside from the ribbed barrel which this one has (all 1300 barrels and furniture will fit) the way to tell it from a 1300 is the humped shape of the trigger guard. --commando552 12:21, 15 April 2011 (CDT)

U.S. Army Usage

Caption with the photo reads: “Private First Class Art Burgess, a candidate in the Ranger Indoctrination Program (RIP), 2nd Battalion, 75th Infantry (Ranger), fires a Winchester-built Model 1200 combat shotgun during special weapons training at Range 31, 13 January 1982.” The gun has been modified with a heat shield, bayonet lug/sling swivel, folding buttstock, and pistol grip. The Kevlar helmet was still several months out from being issued explaining the M1 steel pot helmet.
I attended U.S. Army Basic Combat Training in the summer of 1986 at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri. Since we were recruits in a training unit, we were issued the M1 helmet and M16A1 along with more current LBE gear and the (then) very new lightweight "rip-stop" hot weather BDUs.It was a crazy mix of cutting edge and Vietnam era gear. My rifle was actually one of the rifles made by Hydramatic (a division of General Motors) in the Sixties. Good times. --Jcordell (talk) 16:22, 7 September 2022 (UTC)

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