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Posted: 8/29/2005 1:35:45 PM EDT
Just ordered a SpeedFeed III Pistol grip full stock for a 1300 that I havent even bought yet. Planning to pick one up at the local gun show next weekend. Question is this, I have heard of people having trouble with a mounting bolt being too long and pertruding into the reciver of the 1300 causing cycling problems. Is this a fluke? Or is it something that I will have to remedy once I mount the stock? Any thoughts??

Here is the stock I ordered

Speedfeed III
Link Posted: 8/30/2005 8:58:53 AM EDT
I haven't done any SpeedFeed stocks on Winchesters yet. This is also the first I've heard of this problem. Thanks for the heads up. I'll definately check it when I do.

I have had an issue or two with aftermarket stocks on Mossbergs. If the bolt goes into the receiver too far the gun will not fire. A couple of washers usually do the trick. Regardless, always test your firearm after modifications, particularly if it is a self defense weapon!

Just measure the bolt hole depth prior to installation. Drop the bolt in the new stock and measure how far it protrudes. Add washers as necessary.

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