Winchester SX4.

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  1. Geeb

    Geeb Senior Refuge Member

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    Anyone have one. If so what are your opinions so far.
     
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    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator Flyway Manager

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    sleeping_dogs Senior Refuge Member

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    Wow....sounds like it's a real POJ.
     
  4. Stealyourface

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    I love mine. It's light and fits great. I really like the shorter stock and the safety. It's just a gun that feels good to me and I've been shooting it pretty well. I've only run a few hundred shells through it, so far, without any problems. We'll see how it does through duck season. I expect it will be fine.
     
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    In regards to that review, the bolt on my gun is certainly not sluggish, and I've had absolutely zero misfeeds. It does have a plastic trigger guard, but I couldn't care less about that. Other than that, I'm really not sure why someone would consider this a downgrade from the SX3 when by their own admission it is practically the same gun. If stuff like that bothers you, maybe check out a maxis.
     
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    duckbuster5901 Senior Refuge Member

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    Wish they,d hurry up and introduce the 20 guage SX4. I,ve been wanting a deal on the SX3 20. Might happen if they,d introduce the SX4 in 20.
     
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    Alldrakes Elite Refuge Member

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    Wakeman is probably one of the biggest frauds in the industry. He reviews are based on who is paying him that month.

    His comments of Invector+ chokes and Brownings and Winchesters patterning terrible are the exact opposite of what most everyone else finds.

    His review of the Rem V3 is a joke as well. This gun is known to spit powder in your eyes yet he ignores it.
     
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    bustsducks Elite Refuge Member

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    Wakeman cracks me up. His attitude on camera is complete opposite of his write up on the gun. He posts a lot on shotgunworld.com. Everybody loves a keyboard bully but i enjoy his sour personality
     
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    your right on the powder in the eye deal mine does it wonder if the fixed that ???????
     
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    weather stripping inside the bottom of the forearm where its meets the receiver. I tried that on my friends and it works great,
     
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