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Aimtech Winchester 1300 12 Gauge Pump Shotgun Scope Mount Satin Black

 
Aimtech
ASM8
035724001088
19128
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Specifications and Features:
Fits Winchester 1300 12 gauge pump shotguns
Saddle-style mount
Slides down receiver and straddles both sides
No gunsmithing required
Quick target acquisition
Standard dovetail mounting rail
Accommodates Weaver/Picatinny rings and electronic sights
MIL-SPEC Type II anodized
Installs quickly
Non-glare satin black 
Total number of Reviews: 2

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3.0 5
"Well, out of the box it looks great. Inspection looks nice and sleek. Like they stated easy install.Until I tried to replace the trigger group screw. I'm assuming it the head is supposed to sit flush with the mount. That is fitsinto the \"countersink\". There is a ridge at the bottom of the cswhere the head should rest. Well either the screwhead is too bigor the countersink diam is too small. I plan to drill the cs or grind the head. Easy but not quite as easy as I had expected."
– Pat
3.0 5
"I had no difficulty installing this product on my Defender (and no trouble with the supplied trigger pin replacement). However the chin strap design falls a little short. The chinstrap is secured with small Allen screws on either side that screw into the rail mount and not the gun. There is a nylon tipped set screw that goes into the center of the chinstrap and secures the front of the assembly against the trigger assembly. The problem is that I found that the set screw can't be tightened more than slightly, or it exerts pressure on the trigger assembly which in turn binds the action making it hard to pump. So I backed off the set screw and the slide action is now fine, but because the set screw on the chin strap is not very tight there is some slight up and down give to the installed rail. this is not a big deal as we are talking shotgun here and not precision long range shooting, but I worry that the little bit of give will encourage the screws to loosen up over time. I used loc-tite as recommended so we will see."
– MuffinMan2010