Winchester Super X3 Posts Narrow Win Over Benellis M2
Sporting nearly identical price tags in a market where hunters are looking for rugged reliability, the camo-clad X3 was as good as we’ve found in a ﬁeld-grade autoloader.
While many scattergun enthusiasts may prefer the classic appearance of fine-grained wood and gun-metal blue steel in many shooting situations, the fall season seems to bring out the desire for a little camouflage in their shotgun collection. These firearms are designed for rugged, dependable functioning in what can be
With the stress on getting the job done, the two shotguns we selected for our testing are promoted as solid shooting tools, capable of handling field conditions without punishing hunters with excessive recoil or clunky handling performance.
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