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Winchester model 1300 XTR what does the XTR mean

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Winchester model 1300 XTR what does the XTR mean
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Firearms
Expert:  Philip Van Cleave replied 4 years ago.
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My understanding is that it is for "extra" - the 1300 series was an improved version of the Model 1200 - better wood, better finish, hand checkering. The Model 1300 Featherweight had the "XTR" suffix on the name from 1978 to 1989.

The Winchester Model 1300 Featherweight (XTR) is chambered for 12 and 20 gauge with 3 inch chambers. It is a takedown gun offered with various length vent rib barrels and screw-in choke tubes. It has an alloy frame and is blued with a walnut stock. It was introduced in 1978 and discontinued in 2006.

Blue Book values (what a dealer would offer you, add around 20% for retail values):

Excellent: $230-$300
Very Good: $175-$195
Good: $145-$160

NOTES: Subtract $30 if the gun does not have a ventilated rib.

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