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Winchester SXP or SX2

Looking to get a new shotgun and have narrowed it down between these two. I would love an SX3 just cant afford one.

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Re: Winchester SXP or SX2

Hold out and save up for SX3, it'll be worth it. You won't be disappointed

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Re: Winchester SXP or SX2

I have a sx2 and love it very nice gun for the money.

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Re: Winchester SXP or SX2

I also have an sx2. Like it a lot. However, you never said what you planned on using it for. I bought mine for clays and the very occasional waterfowl. I have killed two deer with it using remington sluggers though. This is my first semi and the only thing i have to say is that eventually you'll be buying another piston, maybe $50, and i never realized how tempermental a semi auto is if you dont thoroughly clean it often. Also, i hear rumors about people having problems with the sx2 cycling in very cold weather.

I ended up buying a light load piston, for 1-1/8 oz load and less, then another for 1-1/8 oz load and heavier.

At the end, i still enjoy my sx2
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