Winchester sx3 trigger assembly

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Please take a moment to check out the thread here: Trapshooters. Previous Thread Next Thread. Joined: Feb 17, Messages: Any help on a Winchester SuperX 2 trigger would be great. I shoot with an old guy 86yrs. Unpredictable and unsafe. Anyone know of a source for replacement a a complete replacement for a reasonable price would be nice or repair other than the factory?

I have searched the usual suspects but don't see much out there for these guns. Thanks for any info or help. SkeetbenderNov 13, Remove Advertisement. What Browning trigger if any would be the same? SkeetbenderNov 15, Joined: Jan 29, Messages: 3, Both were made by FN. The SLP is a riot gun, with a long trigger guard.

My understanding is that the only difference between the Browning Gold and the Winchester SX-2 is that the "speed feed" feature is absent in the SX Eddie over at AnglePort can not only fix the trigger in question, he can tune it, taking out the creep, etc. He has gone over all my Browning Gold triggers and I can highly recommend him. GoldGuyNov 15, Thanks guys, all info appreciated. SkeetbenderNov 16, You must log in or sign up to reply here.

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Anyone get one yet? Re: Winchester SX To start, they will only offer 12 Gauge configurations, but 20 Gauge is to surely follow. The difference between the new SX4 and the older SX3 is going to be in the little details, but lets look at their similarities first. You can use Invector-Plus choke tubes in both models as well.

The chrome plated chamber and bore of the SX3 carries over to the SX4, too. Basically, a lot of the features you have come to know and appreciate about the SX3 are carried over with the newer SX4. This is a nice addition for waterfowlers who may hunt in inclement weather and do gloved shooting.

Keeping that in mind, Winchester also increased the real estate on the ambidextrous safety. The SX4 also has a larger trigger guard opening for the same reason.

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Whether you are an older shooter, it is overcast, or you just cannot pull up a brass bead very well, a fiber optic sight can be a blessing. Winchester also looked to reduce the recoil on the SX4 so they went to work on the buttpad. The buttpad now has a greater surface area when pressed into your shoulder to greater disperse the recoil.

Probably the most noticeable change from the SX3 to the SX4 will be the weight and feel. They also moved the balance point of the shotgun further forward. The pistol grip will also have a more ergonomic, slim feel to boot.

In regards to photos or promo materials so one could actually see an SX4… hopefully that comes sooner than later as well. For now, we know there are 4 main configurations and you can look to just purchase a 12 Gauge. Those models, specifications, and tentative prices can be seen below. The outdoors, Crossfit, and anything firearm related have always been my passions. Be sure to visit TFB frequently and keep your magazines full, my friends! Let us Know! War Wagon wrote: The SX4 now has a larger bolt handle and over-sized bolt release button.

The SX4 also has a larger trigger guard opening for the sme reason. The pistol grip will also have a more ergonomicslim feel to boot. They have taken a page from Berettas' book.

Make minor changes and call it a new model. The next page they could take from Berettas' book is go back to a previous model and call it a new model.

Bring back a more durable version of Duratouch You shave that amount of weight off, your're in the neighborhood of some older 20 gauges I think.

Pricing will be interesting. I'm not sure that the loss of weight is a good thing. SX3's are already pretty light, and reducing it further will just add to felt recoil and possibly change the feel of the swing. Might have to buy another SX3 while I can. I just looked at the picture of the new sx4 I did not like the looks and to add to that less weight????

So I bought the sx3 in 20 gauge right after that while I could still get one.How often do you guys clean the gas system on your Browning Silvers or SX3's? How do you clean it?

Step by Step I find that the manual dont do into detail about each part and what needs to be cleaned, what needs to be oiled and what not to oil. This is my first auto-loader and im not completly confident that im cleaning the gun the way i should.

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Do you guys have any other cleaning tips or thing that i should not do? Also, Im using Remington Bore brite and Rem oil, is this ok? If the Bore Brite is the same stuff I tried several years ago, throw it away. Is it the mineral oil and crushed walnut hulls?

Hint: put a light coat of RemOil on every metal part, then wipe it off Some guys don't like RemOil, but they are the ones who simply used too much. Other guys don't like BreakFree, they probably used too much, too. Totally agree with Mudpack Most top brands should give satisfactory results. I have both brands but usually use Breakfree for the piston cleaning, spray it on, an old toothbrush works the cleaner into the holes and the inside spring, then wipe the excess off and blow out any remaining with compressed air.

My pistons only get that type cleaning after a hundred rounds or so Sounds easy! How often do you clean your active gas system?

How do you clean inside of the piston? About once a year I will let the gas piston soak in Hoppe's Solvent for a day or two. I have an old toothbrush that I use to scrub the inside and out.

After I'll spray it down with brake cleaner and let it dry. I don't apply any oil to the piston itself. The rest of the parts get a light spray of rem oil that I then wipe down to make sure there's not any excessive residue.

Many will disagree, saying it is overkill but a good practice to get into is to clean your gun after every hunt or at least every hunting trip in the case of a long weekend's hunt.

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Cleaning a shotgun not only provides top performance of the gun itself but gives you an opportunity to inspect the moving parts for wear or damage and either repair or replace prior to a total breakdown in the blind For the piston some solvent and a toothbrush is a good way to remove the carbon buildup To clean the mag tube the piston slides on I use solvent and a soft brass brush to remove the carbon I also use a tiny dab of tetra gun grease on the internal sliding parts receiver grooves and bolt tabs and a light wiping with good gun oil on other parts.

Clean the trigger group very well and lightly lubricate before reinstalling. The brand of other lubricants are up to your preference and hunting conditions if you are hunting in near or sub zero conditions a dry, graphite lube is good as it won't freeze up. But remember that most shotguns need just a bit of lube- do not get too heavy with it. Also do not forget to remove and clean the choke tube and the threads of the barrel If you fail to do this you'll probably wind up as one of the hundreds of threads on here about stuck choke tubes.

When finished simply wipe the metal parts down with a cotton rag with a bit of good gun oil to prevent fingerprint rust spots and you're good to go wipe the lower part of the barrel down before reinstalling the forearm. I tear my Gold down and clean it completely, including magazine spring and recoil spring twice a season.

I clean the outside of the magazine tube, the bore, the bolt and receiver, and the trigger group about every 2 boxes of shells which is about every hunts. You'd be surprised at how much junkIn a year that has seen improvements and new model introductions from most of the major semi-automatic shotgun manufacturers, Winchester battles it out to hold onto one of the top spots with its model SX4.

Will the new and improved Winchester SX4 design oust the proven SX3 from Winchesters lineup or is this a change in name only?

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Photo: Kristin Alberts. So what has changed on the SX4? Upon handling the new model for the first time, it becomes clear the grip has been thinned down, as has the forearm. Both have grip panels positioned for maximum hold, especially comfortable with bare hands.

But most of the changes are geared toward cold weather, gloved hunters. Both the bolt handle and bolt release button have been enlarged for easier operation with gloves, as has the space inside the trigger guard. The crossbolt safety is bigger as well and is easily reversible.

Comparison of SX4, front, and SX3, rear. Note the larger controls and more slender forearm of the SX4. The TruGlo Long Bead fiber optic front sight is ideal for waterfowlers and upland birders. A non-glare matte black finish is unassuming to wary game. TruGlo Long Bead fiber optic front sight is great for duck hunters, but not so much for clay birds.

Like the SX3, the new 4 remains back bored for optimum shot patterns, with hard chrome chamber and bore, and vent rib, and keeps the same Invector Plus choke system. The same self-adjusting active valve system automatically cycles a gamut of loads.

Cleaning is made easier than other semi-autos with a quick drop-out trigger group and Quadra-Vent ports that vent excess gas for cleaner overall operation. The whole set ships with three flush choke tubes IC, M, F and a stock spacer in a red Winchester cardboard box.

Weighing in at 6 pounds 12 ounces, the SX4 is light enough to tote afield and into duck blinds, while its Inflex recoil pad and gas system diminishes felt recoil better than most any semi-automatic shotgun on the market today.

Both the grip and forearm do indeed feel more slender, seemingly making the gun feel more maneuverable and controllable.

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The durability of the firearm does not seem to have dropped off from its initial Winchester quality, which is a plus. The improvements made, however, pay dividends to hardcore hunters who will certainly appreciate the larger controls and spacing throughout, all ideal for foul-weather shooting. Both guns pattern with the same reliability, and the chokes are interchangeable. We also had the pleasure of testing out several versions of heavy duty turkey loads in preparation for upcoming spring gobbler seasons.

And the Winchester action again negated recoil, patterned like a champ, and would be a welcome turkey-slaying companion. We even found success in the pheasant fields with the smooth swinging, quick mounting SX4 and Browning Upland ammunition. Aesthetic lines on the vent rib, forearm, and trigger guard lend a more modern look to the SX4 than previous versions, while there are camo patterns available for most any type of hunting. There are really no other knocks on the gun, other than the only real reason to buy the SX4 rather than the SX3 is for hunters.

Stamp showing model and that it accepts 2. The big plus here is there is not much retail price difference between the two. The improvements to the SX4 are not earth-shattering, but they are a great benefit for hunters.

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My Account See Cart.Skip to content. Old94 Old94's Profile. Posts: 9 Joined: Wed Mar 01, pm. Posted: Wed Mar 01, pm. New to these boards. Looking for suggestions. After the first range session I disassembled it to thoroughly clean and check.

I discovered that the hammer and sear were not aligned. So, I called Winchester.

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They, of course, wanted me to ship the whole firearm to them, vs. I did so and they received it on December 16th. I've called Customer Service twice and they were no help other than to tell me what I already new So why would it take SO long to get a trigger group for a production gun?

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I won't buy any argument about it having to come from Turkey. Anybody else experienced this trigger issue? Anybody looked to see if they have that issue? Any comments on Customer Service?

I'm VERY disappointed and getting a little irritated at this point.

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Somebody calm me down. Old94 welcome to the New World of Customer Service or lack thereof! I know you mentioned in the New Members Area you were 67 or so. You Sir are old enough as am I at 53 soon to be 54, what Customer Service used to be about! Unfortunately, those days are Long Gone. Unfortunately for Winchester in my opinion Customer Service ended around the same time as what myself and many reference as pre I say this cause as time went on Winchester as well as many manufactures started producing things overseas.

Now they are part of the Browning conglomerate as "just" another line. Customer service eventually went overseas, you can't even hardly talk to a person that speaks English well enough to understand them most times anymore, in most any business.

I am not saying this harshly, it is the truth. I can not tell you anything about the modern Winchester as I just don't own any modern Winchester's personally. Again, not saying modern Winchester's are not good firearms either, I just have no interest in them.

I am a Pre 64, with a few early Post 64 Winchester's, but love Commemoratives of any era! Not uncommon for manufacture to have you send the entire firearm back nowadays as well.Your browser is out of date and may not be able to properly display our website. It appears that you are accessing the Browning Website from outside North America. Would you like to visit Browning International?

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If an obstruction is seen, no matter how small it may be, clean the bore with a cleaning rod and patch as described [in your firearm's owner's manual]. If your firearm fails to fire, keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction for a minimum of 30 seconds. Rotate the ejection area of the firearm away from you, carefully open the action and remove the cartridge from the chamber.Moderator: shotgunworld. Posted: Wed Apr 17, pm. First time I've pulled the pins on the trigger assemble on a Winchester SX3.

Cleaned it all up with a little problem here and there but when I went to put the pins back in I got the first one in closest to the trigger but could not get the other one to seat all the way through. I tried reversing it and starting with it but still could get it all the way through. Am I missing something here??? Posted: Fri Apr 19, am. Hello Emiske, I own an SX3 and it seems the holes are not lined up and the pin you are trying to get in maybe catching on the inside portion of the receiver on the other end.

Just because you have one pin in place doesn't mean the holes are aligned correctly. I would try and pulling out the pin you have in and removing the trigger assembly again and and putting it back in so it will seat correctly.

Try seating the pin that is giving you trouble in first. Sometimes I have to gently tap my pins into place with a small hammer. I usually put a piece of cloth over the end of the pin where I am going to tap with the hammer so it doesn't take the finish off the end of the pin. It should fit in because obviously it was in there to begin with, so you know its made to fit. You just have to play with the trigger assembly and make sure its seated inside the receiver correctly.

It may take a few trys to get the holes lined up correctly. The SX3 is really one of the easiest guns to clean. Good luck, and remember work gently and don't force anything. It should go in. Sorry I couldn't be of more help but from the sound of what your describingit should be an easy fix. Good Luck. Be patient. Happy Shooting, Pasquale. Posted: Fri Apr 19, pm.

Forgot to mention maybe putting a light coat of rem oil on the pin may help it slide into place a little better as well. Use a punch the same size as the pins pushed in from the opposite side to help align the retainers.

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