It’s not how fast you shoot, but how well you shoot fast. Right? Something like that.
In either case, you don’t get much faster or better than Raniero Testa from Team Winchester who earlier this month set a new world record shooting 13 clay targets in 1.6 seconds all before they hit the ground.
Testa accomplished the task with the Winchester SX4, which is advertised as “an autoloading shotgun designed for speed.” No kidding.
Depending on the model (standard, waterfowl, field, field compact) the price for an SX4 is in the neighborhood of around $750-$900 on GunsAmerica. We have yet to get one in for review but when we do I’ll be anxious to see how it stacks up against some of the other popular semiauto scatterguns on the market.
Congrats to Testa! That was super impressive.