#SundayGunday: Winchester SX4 Left Hand Waterfowl Hunter

posted on September 25, 2022

This week, we’re taking a closer look at the Winchester SX4 Left Hand Waterfowl Hunter. Identical to its right-handed counterpart in everything but its ejection port and mechanism, this scattergun allows left-handed waterfowlers access to the popular SX4 design, without constantly catching shells on their forearm. For concealment in the duck blind, it currently comes finished in the consumer's choice of Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Habitat, Mossy Oak Bottomland, or Realtree Max-7. For more information on this legendary lefty, check out the video embedded above, hosted by Senior Executive Editor Jon Draper, and Digital Associate Editor, David Herman. MSRP: $1,319.99; winchesterguns.com

SX4 Lefthand Waterfowl on White

For more #SundayGunday, check out our playlist on YouTube, where all previous episodes are archived.


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