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Just wondering if the Super X2 Field 3" Magnum has any issues as I just bought one to use as my pheasant, quail, and occasional clays gun. I like the way it comes up. After shooting a couple boxes of shells through it yesterday, I can't wait to shoot it some more. This is my first Winchester shotgun and if it is anything like my Winchester rifle it will last a long time. One more thing I really like is the $579 price tag with a $100 rebate making the final cost $479 plus tax. Thanks for any replies.

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I've had my 3 1/2" synthetic for 4 months and am very impressed. I'm looking to catch a deal on a sporting clays model. I don't expect that you will have any issues with your sx2. Very reliable and easy to clean.
 

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I'm with KT57. The SX2 is a good gun. It won't be as easy to clean as the I-12 you had, but they are easy. They cycle a wide range of shells.
My buddy has a 3 1/2" model. It's only had one jam since he's had it. It too cycles 1oz loads without any problems.

The only repete problem that I have come across with the SX2 is the firing pin not hitting the primer hard enough.
 

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Worc, your friend probably stores his gun cocked so the hammer spring is probably weakened. Just a joke, I just keep thinking about that thread and keep laughing.

I have a Gold 3 1/2". I like the speed-load feature and the magazine cutoff that the Winchester doesn't have. I do like the rib on the Winchester better. They have the same action design so I would be happy with either one. Also sounds like you got a great deal, so I think you will be very pleased.
 
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