When did the Browning Superposed trigger come out?
The gun was introduced in 1931 with double triggers. Browning’s son Val kept working on the single selective trigger design, which he finally perfected. It was incorporated as the standard Superposed trigger in 1939. This trigger uses an inertia block mechanism. It doesn’t balk and it doesn’t double.
What kind of barrel does a Browning have?
Browning – Diana, 28ga, 28″ Barrels Choked SK/SK. Browning – P1, 12ga. 30″ Barrels. Fitted with choke tubes, long tang square knob, highly figured wood, factory Browning recoil pad, Schnabel forend, gold single selective trigger, (read more)
Which is the best trigger on a Browning?
It doesn’t balk and it doesn’t double. The Browning SST remains one of the very best and most reliable such triggers ever designed. The barrel selector is incorporated in the sliding tang safety. Move the safety slider to the right to shoot the under barrel first, or to the left to shoot the over barrel first.
How big is a superposed Browning 20 gauge shotgun?
Typical barrel lengths are 26″, 28″, 30″ and 32″. Choke borings range from Cylinder to Full. I have always liked the looks of the 20 gauge Superposed Lightning with 28″ barrels and that is what I would order if I could afford to buy a new Superposed today.
What kind of gun has a superposed load?
A superposed load or stacked charge or superimposed load is a method used by various muzzleloading firearms, from matchlocks to caplocks, as well as newer Metal Storm weapons, to fire multiple shots from a single barrel without reloading.
How does the selective ejector work on a Superposed shotgun?
Like its single selective trigger, the Superposed’s selective ejectors work first time, every time. They positively eject fired cases from the gun, while merely raising unfired shells for easy hand removal. The action is held closed by an under-bolt that engages bites in the tandem lumps beneath the lower barrel.
How does the safety work on a Browning Superposed shotgun?
The barrel selector is incorporated in the sliding tang safety. Move the safety slider to the right to shoot the under barrel first, or to the left to shoot the over barrel first. Once a barrel is selected with the safety in the rearward (safe) position, the slider need only be moved straight forward to the “fire” position when it’s time to shoot.