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Winchester Super X Pump Waterfowl Hunter Shotgun

Item # 730899
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Key Features

  • Mossy Oak Duck Blind Camo Finish

  • .742" Back-Bored Technology

  • Rotary Bolt & Inflex Recoil Pad

  • TruGlo Long Bead Fiber-Optic Sight

  • Invector-Plus Choke Tubes Included

Our Price   $549.99
After Rebate$524.99
Rebate offer expires 10/9/2016

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Product Description
winchester_repeating_arms The Super X Pump Waterfowl Hunter is dressed in Mossy Oak Duck Blind camo,
rugged and ready for a dawn with the ducks. It will digest 2-3/4", 3", and
3-1/2" steel, tungsten, bismuth, and lead loads through a chrome-plated
.742" back-bored barrel with Invector-Plus chokes, ensuring optimum
patterns. It has a rugged constitution, a durable,
tough heritage, and is the fastest action you will ever see. A rotary bolt with four massive lugs provides strength, support, and solid lockup. The TruGlo long bead fiber-optic front sight offers a true, precise sight picture and the drop-out trigger group allows for easy cleaning. The Inflex Technology recoil pad directs felt recoil down and away from your cheek to reduce flinch and fatigue.
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