Can a Browning be used for sporting clays?
A couple of them use browning xt’s and one uses a 682 with the trap style over under barrels. I on the other hand shoot a sporting clays style gun for all the different clay target games/ disciplines. I tried using my browning 725 trap gun in sporting clays and didn’t do so well.
How big is the drop on a Browning Sporter?
On to stock measurements, the drop on this new Sporter should be 36 and 56mm according to Browning’s catalogue. My old imperial bend-stick came up with 1 3/8in at the front of the comb and 2 ¼in to the rear. This is typically Browning but just a little high at the front and a little low at the back.
Can a trap gun be used for sporting clays?
In sporting clays, there are a lot of descending or falling target presentations. Due to that fact, someone who has their trap gun set up to shoot a “high” pattern (for example, 80/20 let’s say) could run into problems with certain sporting clay target presentations.
What kind of fore end does a 725 Browning have?
The test gun has a schnabel fore-end, but a wider Trap fore-end is available at the same cost. The comb on the latest 725 is re-profiled and some 2-3mm slimmer. I think this is a positive, although I thought it might have had a little more taper in its form.
Is the Browning Citori more than a shotgun?
The Citori is more than a shotgun, it is the quintessential representative of the quality of the Browning brand. Wood-to-metal fit is paramount on the Citori and with tight, consistent junctions it doesn’t disappoint.
What kind of Gun do you use to shoot clays?
A couple of them use browning xt’s and one uses a 682 with the trap style over under barrels. I on the other hand shoot a sporting clays style gun for all the different clay target games/ disciplines.
What kind of trigger system does Citori use?
All Sporting Clays, XT and XS Series Citori shotguns come equipped with the Triple Trigger™ system, which allows the shooter to fine tune the length of pull and switch between a wide checkered, a narrow smooth and a wide smooth canted trigger shoe. 12 and 20 gauge Citori shotguns feature Back-Bored Technology.