What kind of gun is the Browning Citori?
Lightweight Citori features alloy receiver, with steel breech face and high-relief engraving. Stock and schnabel fore-end Grade II/III oil-finished walnut.
When did the Browning 12 Guage Citori come out?
The Browning Hirsotry seems to agree: 1973-New guns introduced: 12 guage Citori over/under shotgun, 12 guage Liege over/under shotgun, B-SS in 20 ga, B-78 single shot rifle in round or octagonal barrel options. You indicate I make errors. Perhaps, not as many as you would suggest?
What’s the difference between the Citori 325 and 525?
The Browning Citori 325 had more than cosmetic differences between the two other models. Some 325 had standard bore barrels and the 425 had overbored barrels and the 525 had overbored barrels with barrel thickness removed from the middle of the barrel to reduce muzzle heaviness.
What’s the difference between a Browning 325 and 525?
The design, fit and feel of the 525 is vastly different than the 325. The Browning Citori 325 is an excellent shotgun, and can be purchased, in most communities, for very modest sums. If you go to www.midwestgunworks.com and look under Browning Parts you will be able to track other details of your gun by its serial number.
When did the Browning Citori series come out?
Introduced in 1988. Offered in 12-, 16-, 20-, 28-gauge and .410 bore. Weights are 6.5 lbs. to 8 lbs. depending on gauge and barrel length. Models differ in amount of ornamentation and quality of materials and workmanship utilized. NOTE: Add $300 for 28-gauge and .410 bore; $150 for 16-gauge.
What is the serial number on a Citori 12 ga.3?
Citori Type 163=20ga. This would be a Citori 12 ga. 3″ Gr.1 Hunting, manufactured in 1976 with the serial number 01001. In 1998 Browning redid the standardization of its serial number identifications to work with its new database program, Oracle.
What is the serial number of a Browning?
163=20ga. This would be a Citori 12 ga. 3″ Gr.1 Hunting, manufactured in 1976 with the serial number 01001. In 1998 Browning redid the standardization of its serial number identifications to work with its new database program, Oracle. 1. Serial Number