When did the Browning Citori skeet 410 GA come out?

When did the Browning Citori skeet 410 GA come out?

NEW TODAY! Browning Citori skeet 410 ga Made in 1983 and still in great condition. Shows very little wear to the metal and wood. Would make a great sporting clays gun or a nice addition to any Browning collectio …Click for more info

How much does a 12 gauge Browning Citori cost?

12 Gauge Browning Citori 725 High Rib Sporting Adjustable 12ga 3″ Chamber 32″ Barrel Gloss Oil Black Walnut Fixed Comb Stock Right Hand (0136243009) PRICE: $3,199.99

What’s the price of a Browning 20 gauge?

Browning’s 20-gauge 725 Sporting is a well-executed, honest shotgun that is beautiful to shoot. Available with 30-inch and 32-inch barrels that have vented side ribs, the suggested price is $3,139.

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Is the Browning Citori 725 feather for sale?

NEW THIS WEEK! For sale is a brand new Browning Citori 725 Feather chambered in 12 gauge with 28 inch barrels. This gun comes with three chokes and a Browning box. ABOUT US Michigan Shooting Centers is a f …Click for more info

What is the grade of a Browning Citori?

The high-grade Citoris being offered by Browning are currently the Grade IV and the Grade VII. Like the 20, 28 and .410 Superposed, the small gauge Citoris are built on a 20-gauge frame. The Citori I’ve been shooting up a figurative storm with is the .410 Citori Grade VII with 28-inch barrels.

What kind of shotgun is Citori grade VII?

The Citori I’ve been shooting up a figurative storm with is the .410 Citori Grade VII with 28-inch barrels. More about shooting that gun shortly. The three small-gauge Grade IVs are intricately engraved – including game scenes of flushing quail on the left side of the receiver, a flushing ruffed grouse on the right.

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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.