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The Winchester SXP Field is a balanced pump-action shotgun. It features a satin finish checkered Grade I hardwood stock and forearm with Inflex Technology recoil pad matte finish aluminum alloy receiver matte finish steel .742 back-bored 26 or 28 barrel hard chrome-plated chamber and bore brass bead front sight Invector-Plus choke tubes crossbolt safety three shot adapter with speed-plug and drop-out trigger group. A compact 20-Gauge variant of the SXP field is also available.
Action Pump - Gauge 20 - Chamber 3 - Capacity 5 - Finish Matte Black - Stock Satin Walnut - Sights Brass Bead - Chokes FullModifiedImproved Cylinder - Barrel Length 28 - Overall Length 48.5 - Weight 6 lb 10 oz - Take to the field with a perfectly balanced pump that offers instinctive pointability and absolute reliability the new Field model of the Super X Pump shotgun. Stocked in traditional hardwood and sporting a vent rib barrel with 3 chamber and Invector-Plus choke tubes the Field is ready to drop a limit of birds at your command. Get behind a new Super X Pump Field and youll be getting ahead of the game.
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WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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