Hogue's revolutionary Overmolded series shotgun stocks are moulded from a rock-solid fiberglass reinforced polymer, assuring stability and accuracy. The stock and forend are then Overmolded in key gripping areas with durable, yet resilient, rubber. Overmolding gives the stock the comfort and feel Hogue is famous for.
Hogue stocks incorporate every desirable feature a stock should have! With the addition of Overmolding, we have created a much superior and unique stock compared with anything else on the market.
Our “Short Shot” models have a shorter 12” length of pull that is perfect for use with body armor, or for shooters with smaller frames, or for youngsters.
Features and Specifications
Short shot 12" length of pull
Comfortable, non-slip Overmolded gripping areas.
Ambidextrous, ergonomically designed palm swells.
Quality recoil reducing Hogue butt pad.
Sling Stud(s) included.
Provides ultimate shooting comfort.
Non-slip gripping areas position hand naturally.
Total packaged weight: 814g
Fits: Winchester 1300 Series Shotgun
Remove original buttstock (Fig. 1). Refer to manufacturer's instructions that came with your gun for best method to remove your stock. Normally the pad is held in place with two phillips screws and the stock is held in by one bolt. Remove the buttstock pad by unscrewing the philips screws and remove the stock bolt to free the stock from the shotgun.
Remove Hogue recoil pad and adapter from your Overmolded stock using a narrow shaft Phillips screwdriver. Choose a screwdriver with a smooth shaft 1/4" or smaller in diameter. The correct screwdriver will not damage the rubber holes in the pad. Also, a couple of drops of lubricant will help.
Attach the new buttstck in reverse manner, as shown (Fig. 2). Some shotgun models require the use of a different length bolt. If one is included, use it to attach your new stock. Use any washers that you have and tighten with moderate to high degree of torque.
Reattach adapter and Hogue recoil pad with two screws each. Tighten securely.
Refer to manufacturer's instructions that came with your gun for the best method to remove your forend. Shotguns generally have some type of retaining nut that must be removed to free the barrel and another to free the forend (Fig. 3).
Remove the barrel retention nut.
Remove barrel from action.
Remove forend nut by turning with an appropriate tool.
Forend will now slide freely off and detach from slide handle.
Slide Hogue forend back onto slide handle. Reassemble in reverse order, tightening the nut according to the manufacture's recommendations.