How much does a Browning B325 game shotgun cost?

How much does a Browning B325 game shotgun cost?

The new B725 Game grade 1 model at £1891 would be a superb starter gun and in fact do anything gun for the type of rough, informal shotgun shooting we do. But Phil suggested for nearly the same price you could have an older 325 or 425 models but instead of a grade 1, a grade 5 would be obtainable.

When was the first Browning 12 gauge shotgun made?

Over a century of expert craftsmanship has been refined and perfected since 1897, the year the first Browning gun was made. Since then millions of Browning shotguns have been produced for hunters, target shooters and collectors, manufactured to the exacting standards of this esteemed name.

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 and look under Browning Parts you will be able to track other details of your gun by its serial number.

Where are Browning 325 lower end guns made?

Browning “lower” end guns are made in japan. Custom guns and special order used to be made or assembled in belgium. I have a B325 which is a 325 made in japan and hand fitted in Belgium. Not what I wanted but it was a gift so I never said anything.

What’s the difference between a Browning 325 and 425?

The 325 was only made in 1993 and 1994. In 1995, it became the 425. The only difference in a 325 and 425 is the fact that the 325 has an integral monobloc with the barrels…that is, the barrels and monobloc are all machined from one billet of steel.

Which is the best Browning 10 gauge gun?

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What kind of grain is in Browning B325?

The barrels were chambered in 20-gauge 3-inch and to start with some nice lighter loads of Hull Pro Twenty 21- or 24-grain loads would be ideal. These barrels were standard choked with ¼ bottom barrel and ½ top, so good middle of the road choking.