Winchester is adding two affordable new shotguns to their SXP series for personal protection and duty, with upgraded sights, a railed receiver and more.
Is it a Swiffer Sweeper? A Stormtrooper bring-back from Tatooine? A spud gun for carrots? No, it’s the Ljutic Space gun and it could only be from California
The agency will receive roughly 12.6 million rounds of .223 Remington per year for the next five years, totaling 62.5 million roughs over the life of the contract.
Winchester’s SX3 is no flash-in-the-shotgun pan; it’s here to stay. And it’s a shotgun built to be passed down from one generation to the next.
Winchester saw a 12 percent increase in commercial shipments compared to last year. Sales totaled $194.2 million in the second quarter, up $13.2 million.
While governors in at least six states have authorized military personnel to start carrying firearms, some citizens aren’t waiting for anyone else to provide protection for military recruiters.
California native competitive shooter and Top Shot Champion Chris Cheng has the marksmanship skills to pay the bills– and he is apparently musically inclined to boot.
Announced at the top of this year Winchester is pleased to say that their newest 20-gauge SXP shotguns are now shipping and in stores ready to buy.
New shooters or even those who bounce from one factory brand to another can definitely benefit from better shells, so here are five solid 12-gauge boxes worth grabbing off the shelf.
In most other shells, the wad becomes unstable after propelling out of the barrel and subsequently disengages from the shot. Winchester had a neat idea to make the wads both more robust and colored.