Winchester SXP Pump Shotguns Now in 20 Gauge

posted on June 9, 2015
Winchester Repeating Arms' SXP pump shotgun is now available in 20-gauge models.

Built on a smaller and lighter 20 gauge-specific receiver, the 20-gauge Super X Pump shotguns are supported by four oversize rotary bolt lugs. A hard chrome chamber and bore make surfaces resistant to wear and corrosion, and an Inflex Technology recoil pad reduces felt recoil. It also comes with the Invector-Plus Choke Tube System to facilitate consistent shot patterns required by hunters.

The SXP Field 20 gauge and SXP Field Compact 20 gauge will feature a satin finished stock and forearm with an alloy receiver in matte black finish, and will be offered with 26" or 28" barrel lengths. The SXP Field Compact will be offered with 24", 26" and 28" barrel lengths. MSRP for both versions is $429.99. The new SXP Black Shadow 20 gauge will feature a synthetic stock and forearm with textured gripping surfaces in black matte finish in 26" and 28" barrel lengths. MSRP: $399.99.


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