Gun Report

Winchester Super X2 Semiautomatic 31⁄2-inch 12 Gauge

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We could not give it a top rating because of its weight, heavy trigger pull, and patterning performance. Find it at the right price, and the Super X2 is a dependable workhorse for waterfowlers.

Winchester Super X2 Semiautomatic 31⁄2-inch 12 Gauge

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Hunting
Recreational
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Choke Tubes
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The same basic design as the Browning, we had no problems taking the Winchester apart and putting it back together. The parts, even the trigger group, were easy to clean.
Just a little bulky for some of our shooters, the Winchester’s forearm was larger and heavier than the other two shotguns in the test. We did favor the ramped ventilated rib on the Winchester, which helped shooters in acquiring targets.

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