Guns are tools; they have a purpose and are only as good as you are. That being said, your field guns don’t have to look as rugged as your grandfather’s trusty mallet and screwdriver set—enter the Winchester SX3 field shotgun. Though at home in the duck blind, this shotgun won’t look out-of-place at the country club. However, the SX3 isn’t just good-looking for the sake of aesthetics, it is a masterfully engineered shotgun. First, there’s the technical specifics:
- 3-inch chrome-plated chamber and bore for wear and corrosion resistance
- .742-inch back-bored forcing cone for optimum shot patterns
- Invector-Plus choke tube for solid performance
- A strong but lightweight aluminum receiver
Do you have a Winchester SX3 shotgun? Tell us about your experiences in the comment section.
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