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★☆☆☆☆

“I sold my AL391 Urika Optima to purchase a Winchester...”

Written on: 09/03/2009 by talalkhan (1 review written)

Good Points
Good Balance, Natural Pointability

Bad Points
Poor Action "Lousy", Loose Fore end that keeps rocking all the time! Misses Cartridges, Package is too expensive if compare to that of Beretta

General Comments
I sold my AL391 Urika Optima to purchase a Winchester Super X3 Field. I feel sad for that!!! I purchased SX3 by deeply studying reviews on web but none was against the gun till I practically used the gun myself. First problem that I observed was its loose fore end as the gun keeps ticking in your hand "Wooden Stocks!" you swing the gun you mount the gun you hold the gun it just keeps tick tick tick tick tick. Later the biggest flaw that I observed was the gun not picking the cartridge at all! You fire one and when go for second shot and a click! Third after repeat fires its action sort of gets heavy and one feels it manual cocking the gun the action jams! Over all! When I purchased beretta it was a complete package! A plastic box with complete set of chokes and accessories required even the gun oil on the other hand SX3 came with a cardbox only 3 chokes and UNWANTED gunlock to lure the customers... Above all, when I tried to contact Winchester customer services to know if they can resolve or educate me about its major problems I recieved no feed back only a mail came from customer services who claimed that they can resolve my problems but that was it...So a POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE AS WELL!!! I sold it for all the good reasons and would buy Beretta back and in semiautos no doubt IT RULES!