Winchester Launches New Super X Pump Shotguns

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posted on May 24, 2017
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Winchester Repeating Arms has added two new models to its SXP Shotgun line. 



The new SXP Shadow Defender (black-matte finish) and SXP Shadow Marine Defender (matte hard-chrome plating) pump shotguns feature synthetic pistol-grip stocks with textured gripping surfaces. Each is supplied with two length of pull spacers to adjust the shotgun to fit the owner perfectly, and two interchangeable comb pieces that enable them to dial in eye to optic alignment. A ribbed tactical forearm gives a firm grip for optimum control.



Both Super X Pump models are offered in 12 gauge and 20 gauge with 3" chamber. Alloy receivers are drilled and tapped for bases and rings. The SXP Shadow Marine Defender model features matte hard-chrome plating on the barrel, magazine tube and slide arms for added resistance to wear and the elements. The SXP Shadow Defender 12 gauge has an MSRP of $449.99 and the 20 gauge version for $469.99. The SXP Shadow Marine Defender 12 gauge has an MSRP of $499.99 and the 20 gauge version has an MSRP of $519.99. Barrel length for all models is 18". A cylinder choke tube is supplied.

Features
-Synthetic pistol-grip stock with textured gripping surfaces
-Two interchangeable comb pieces
-Two interchangeable length of pull spacers
-Ribbed tactical forearm
-Hard chrome-plated chamber and bore
-Invector-Plus cylinder choke tube
-3" chamber
-Black chrome protection on bolt and other components
-Removable TRUGLO fiber-optic front sight plus brass front bead
-Alloy receiver
-Rotary bolt
-Crossbolt safety
-Inflex Technology Recoil Pad

For more information visit winchesterguns.com

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