Winchester Repeating Arms Intros Elegant Super X4 Upland Field Shotgun

Winchester Elegant Super X4 Upland Field Shotgun
Winchester Elegant Super X4 Upland Field Shotgun

USA – -( Upland bird hunting is steeped in heritage, and carrying a beautiful, top-performing shotgun into the field ranks among the most notable of traditions. With that in mind, Winchester Repeating Arms introduces the elegant Super X4 Upland Field 12 gauge autoloading shotgun.

The new Super X4 Upland Field is designed to pair the performance advantages of a modern-day autoloader with the style and handling of the shotguns of legend. Autoloading operation duties are handled by the Active Valve Gas System that combines proven reliability, low felt recoil and record-setting cycling speed. A standout feature of the Upland Field is the striking matte nickel-plated receiver with upland game scene.

The Grade II/III satin finished walnut pistol grip and forearm feel slim in the hands and the straight-line checkering pattern optimizes grip and control.

An oversize bolt handle and bolt release button are both easy to manipulate even with cold fingers and when wearing gloves. The Super X4 Upland Field weighs in at approximately seven pounds, making it easier to carry all day long.

The Super X4 Upland Field is offered in a 12 gauge, 3″ chambering with the choice of a 26″ or 28″ ventilated rib barrel and comes in at a suggested retail of $829.99.

The XPR Sporter sells for an MSRP of $599.99.

Winchester Elegant Super X4 Upland Field Shotgun Features:

  • Satin oil finish Grade II/III walnut stock with straight line cut checkering
  • Matte nickel-plated receiver with engraved upland scene
  • Back-Bored Technology
  • Invector-Plus Choke Tube System
  • Hard chrome-plated chamber and bore
  • Vent rib
  • TRUGLO® Long Bead fiber-optic front sight
  • Active Valve Gas System
  • Drop-out trigger group
  • Ambidextrous crossbolt safety
  • Larger bolt handle and bolt release button
  • Inflex Technology Recoil Pad

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Looks like a close copy of the Browning Silver Hunter!!! Since Winchester and Browning are all same family I’m Not surprised.

Greg Varnado

Whow, did not know that. Well just a bit if info. Belgium made Browning’s most popular auto loader for years and they are highly sought after and no longer made in Belgium, at least to my knowledge. Since America is a relatively young country, a lot of country’s made quality firearms for a long time before us. So, not the end of the world to buy a foreign made weapon. Please do not take this as I am anti because I’m definitely in when buying American.


Winchesters are now “foreign made” in Turkey, Portugal or Japan…. Sorry, that takes away form being a Winchester, BIG TIME for me… When you say or think Winchester, you instantly think “The gun the won the west”, those days and the production of the American Icon, are gone. A deep rooted piece of America has been sold…..
Sadly no longer stamped with MADE IN AMERICA.

Mandela Morta

Sadly the American owners of those companies sold out the very land that made them safe enough to get rich. I wish we could cap greed at every level. Life could be so simple then.