Browning Introduces B15 Beauchamp Over and Under Shotgun

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posted on August 24, 2017
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For 2017, Browning is introducing the B15 Beauchamp over and under shotgun as part of the John M. Browning Collection. The storied gunsmiths of Fabrique Nationale d' Herstal, Belgium, will exquisitely enhance each new B15, meaning that owners of the new shotgun can expect balance and reliability from precision engineering plus the finest of aesthetic finishes.

The heart of the new B15 is the locking system and technical features shared with the legendary B25. New and innovative elements include a low-profile receiver, performance enhancing mechanical triggers, back-bored Vector Pro Barrels and Invector-DS choke tubes.

The new B15 will be offered in four grades with a choice of exceptional engravings and wood grades. Varying buttplates and forearm styles are also available in the four grades of the B15.

MSRP:
Grade B: $12,999.99
Grade C: $15,499.99
Grade D: $17,999.99
Grade E: $20,499.99 

For more information visit browning.com

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