What kind of Invector does a Browning shotgun have?
In all cases, the 16, 28 and.410 barrels in multi-gauge sets will be STANDARD INVECTOR — this means for all current Browning shotguns. Generally, 12 and 20 gauge barrels in Citori 725 sets will be Invector-DS. Generally current 12 and 20 gauge barrels in Citori (non-725) sets will be Invector Plus.
What are the gauges on a Browning Gold Hunter?
These include a pair of 12 gauge 3″ chambered models, one 12 gauge 3-1/2″ version, and (at least) a couple of 20 gauge Golds. All have been outstanding performers, providing a couple of tweaks are made. Here are the basic specifications for the Gold Hunter, what you might call the standard model: Gauges -12 and 20
What kind of shotgun is the Browning gold?
Today’s Gold shotguns are our special 10 gauge versions designed specifically to handle the larger, powerful 10 gauge shotgun loads. Earlier in Browning history Gold models were also made in 12 and 20 gauge versions.
When did the Browning a 5 come out?
The A-5 was dropped from the Browning catalog a few years back, but Browning has found a worthy successor in it’s gas operated autoloader; the Browning Gold. Browning introduced their Gold model shotgun in 1995, so it has been with us for a few years now.
What is the value of a Browning Citori over / under, 12?
What is the value of a Browning Citori Over/Under, 12 gauge 2-3/4 / 3″, 2 sets of barrels, 26 & 28 “, Single Trigger, Ser# ***** RTJ 53, In original hard case? I do, but my husband who needs to provide info had a tooth pulled and isn’t up to finding this for you.
How much does a Browning Citori pistol weigh?
Lightweight version that features a slimmer profile. Has checkered round-knob pistol-grip stock. Offered in all gauges. Same barrel lengths as standard Citori. Features screw-in choke tubes known as Invectors. Introduced in 1988. Offered in 12-, 16-, 20-, 28-gauge and .410 bore. Weights are 6.5 lbs. to 8 lbs.
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.