New For 2022: Winchester Super X4 Left Hand

posted on January 21, 2022
Winchester Super X4 Left Hand SX4 shotgun left-side view semi-automatic 12 gauge

Winchester Repeating Arms announces for 2022 its first-ever left-eject Super X4 (SX4) gas-operated shotgun. Unveiled in five model variations, all chambered for 12 gauge, the new SX4 Left Hand is poised to give left-hand operators a well-configured system that is just as capable in the field, on a boat and in the home.

The SX4 Left Hand is built exactly like its right-eject sibling, on an aluminum receiver and with the company’s Active Valve Gas System for constant reliability. The southpaw-friendly repeater features a left-eject action and chrome-lined steel barrel with ventilated rib. Winchester’s Invector Plus choke system comes standard. An enlarged cocking handle, bolt release and reversible safety improve ergonomics of the system. Creature comforts include the Inflex recoil pad and glove-friendly controls.

Additional SX4 features include the removable trigger assembly for simplified cleaning and four-round tubular magazine. Winchester offers two barrel lengths, 26” and 28” for the SX4 Left Hand. Composite furniture comes standard, and walnut is reserved for the Field version. Winchester has announced camouflage options, too.

Go to to see the new SX4 Left Hand 12-gauge shotguns.


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