What kind of barrel does the Browning Citori have?
Lightweight Citori features alloy receiver, with steel breech face and high-relief engraving. Stock and schnabel fore-end Grade II/III oil-finished walnut. Available in 12-, 20-, 28-gauge and .410 bore, with 26″ or 28″ barrels.
Is the Browning Citori 725 Pro 12 gauge?
Browning Citori 725 Pro Sporting with 30 inch 12 gauge barrels bright & shiny bores 2 3/4 inch chambers screw in chokes and a 15 inch lop comes with 4 extra chokes & wrench. This firearm is in …Click for more info
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.
How many Browning Citoris are there in the world?
Browning currently lists more than 50 different Citori models, including the 725 series and some variants listed as “limited availability.” Looking back over the history of the name, there have been close to 100 different Citoris—further proof that it can claim to be the world’s most popular over/under shotgun.
What kind of sight does a Citori Browning shotgun have?
Two barrel set, 20 gauge and 28 gauge barrel sets, one action, aluminum alloy receiver, Lightning stock styling. Raised cheek rest, semi-beavertail forearm with finger grooves, gloss walnut, gold accented blued steel engraved receiver, ported barrels, HiViz Pro-Comp sight.
Is the Browning Citori 725 unsingle trap on sale?
NEW FOR 2020! FOR SALE IS A BROWNING CITORI 725 UNSINGLE TRAP COMBO WITH ADJUSTABLE RIBS. THIS IS AN EXCLUSIVE TO OUR STORE AND NOT AVAILABLE ANYWHERE ELSE. THE BIG CHANGE THIS YEA… (read more)