i like that light clamp
Actually, I have been considering the Hogue stock. Have seen quite a few posts on this and everybody seems to really like it. The concern I have is that I'm 6'4" with long arms and 12" from trigger to shoulder seems very short.You may also want to consider the Hogue Overmolded 12" LOP stock.
I like that light holder so much better than my duct tape plan, that I went ahead and ordered one of those MOD-C clamps for my Surefire. Thanks for posting 10P8triot!Won a near mint Winchester 1300 Defender on GB a few weeks ago. I have no plans to make it "tacticool" beyond adding a flashlight, which I have already done. I mounted a Surefire G2X Tactical LED Flashlight using a CDM Gear MOD-C Clamp. I really like how clean this all looks.
The 2nd part of this post is a range report. Took the 1300 to the range yesterday and killed some cardboard with Federal Tactical LE132 00 Buck. I made some crude targets from a cardboard box and shot at 5, 10 and 15 yards. At 5 yards, all 9 pellets punched a 1" hole. At 10 yards, all 9 pellets were within 2.5". At 15 yards, 7 pellets were within 2", 8 pellets were within 3.25", and all 9 pellets were within 5.5". I am very impressed with the LE132 ... very tight patterns out of an 18.5" barrel, and very easy on the shoulder.
You're welcome. Hey, I kinda like the duct tape look. Found this example over on SIGforum ...I like that light holder so much better than my duct tape plan, that I went ahead and ordered one of those MOD-C clamps for my Surefire. Thanks for posting 10P8triot!
Originally posted by 45 Cal:
Don't mind at all, and glad to have helped you decide on the MOD-C clamp. Show us some pics when you get the clamp in and mounted on your SG.I hope 10P8TRIOT doesn't mind me posting this. He posted it over on Shotgunworld which really helped me justify purchasing the Mod-C Clamp.
Good call on the MOD-C clamp. Thanks for the info!!Don't mind at all, and glad to have helped you decide on the MOD-C clamp. Show us some pics when you get the clamp in and mounted on your SG.
The one I looked at has never been fired. It appears to be new. I'll get a closer look soon. I probably shouldn't since I just bought an SXP. Once again, thanks for the great info No BS!!I paid $250 for mine, which I thought was a great price considering the condition. I think $300 is a good price for like new 1300 D with wood furniture. I'd offer $250, but would probably buy for $300. They are selling for a lot more than $300 on GB. Here's some recently completed auctions ...