Any new SX4 owners???

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 11:50 am
Please excuse the crickets in the background....Any New SX4 owners with real feedback...likes?....dislikes?
Thanks in advance...
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:55 am
Farris??????
Beuller?????

Lots of pigeons poop around here....????
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 6:51 pm
Wow, the whole Amerika and not one bought a SX4? Oh, they all bought the dependable SX3's....Well, Im all in for the SX4 and look forward to shooting this improved SX3....
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2018 9:25 am
I have one and an SX3 I really like my SX4 it hits POA and is easy to swing and carry. My son uses the sx3 and he likes it as well. The SX3 has more stock shims and is a little heavier with wood stock and forearm. I prefer the 4 and my son prefers the 3.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2018 8:31 pm
I have another thread about the SX 4 I just bought a few weeks ago and over the weekend, we had a late Birthday party for me (had a bunch of friends and family over to Shoot Clays out back) then as a bonus the Mrs and I had a little wedding ceremony in the back yard and got hitched....

Here is a copy and paste of it

""I should have taken pics of the stack of supplies. I know we had 8-10 Boxes of Clays and almost as many of those 100 Pack Flats of the 12 ga Shells and a few 20s...

We shot non-stop from about 12:30 till 4 PM, when we broke for the small wedding ceremony. A close friend of ours actually, who was the one who introduced us, did the service. After the service, we shot for another hour or so, then the food was ready and we ate, shot for another hour or so, out up the guns and started drinking...

As far as the SX4 goes I love it. I put two 25 round boxes of heavy loads through it, then countless regular target loads... Not once, no matter how fast I puled the trigger, did I have a failure to Feed or Eject.

Several others shot many rounds though it and loved it as well... One guy wanted to buy it for what I paid for it.

The next day when I got up, I tore it down and cleaned it up. It really wasn't that dirty yet.
I can't wait to shoot it again.

I'm really wanting to save up and add one of those Nordic extended tubes, so I can get 10+ rounds in it... I'm sure most of you think thats silly, but with the Champion Whirly Bird 2.0 launcher throwing them every 1.7 seconds and the little 3 Gun comp I do here in town, I like having the extra rounds.

Great gun, feels decent in my hand, shoots real nice, recoil is minimal.

If it keeps running like this, I'm a Happy Camper.""
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 2:47 am
I don't shoot anymore. Diabetes found me about ten-years past and is wrecking my vitals. Plus an on board defibrillator to deal with.

Considering all the shots you enjoyed is good to read recoil is light.
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