Browning Adds Citori 725 Sporting Golden Clays Shotgun

posted on September 13, 2017

Browning is adding a new sporting clays model to its shotgun lineup, the Citori 725 Sporting Golden Clays over-under. The receiver features a silver nitride finish with gold accented engraving, while the stock and forearm are carved from grade V/VI walnut, with close radius pistol grip and palm swell. The wood features a gloss oil finish. The shotgun will be offered with 30” or 32” barrel lengths at an MSRP of $5,349.99.

Other features include:

  • Steel low profile receiver
  • Barrels with ventilated top and side ribs, ported with high post top rib
  • Fire Lite Mechanical Trigger System
  • Hammer ejectors
  • Top-tang barrel selector/safety
  • Inflex recoil pad
  • Vector Pro lengthened Forcing cones
  • Five Invector-DS extended choke tubes
  • Hiviz® Pro-Comp fiber-optic sight and ivory mid-bead

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