Sporting Shooter - - Gun Test -

I had a lot of fun shoot­ing the SX4. I have shoul­der and neck is­sues, so it was the first gun that I picked up from the rack in Poland. I was not dis­ap­pointed with the per­for­mance in any way. I also liked the han­dling of the spe­cial model with the long ex­tended mag which made it feel more like an OU. Both shot ex­cep­tion­ally well and there was uni­ver­sal agree­ment on this amongst my group of English and Scan­di­na­vian shoot­ing hacks on range.

We’ve tested an SX4 in these pages be­fore, and liked it. This one only con­firms that pos­i­tive im­pres­sion. What was re­mark­able here was the sheer num­ber of rounds be­ing put through this gun in a short space of time with no is­sues what­so­ever. It would be hard to imag­ine a tougher test. The SX4 passed with fly­ing colours.

Good de­sign, good weight, low felt re­coil, ab­so­lute re­li­a­bil­ity, and a com­pet­i­tive price. It would be use­ful in a hide, on the marsh, or break­ing clays at a lo­cal club.

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