Browning Citori 725 Sporting and Field Shotguns Now In Small Gauges

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posted on September 19, 2016
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Browning has expanded its Citori 725 Sporting and Field over/under lineup to include 28 gauge and 410 models for 2016. Both feature Browning’s Fire Lite Mechanical Trigger system that provides a light, crisp trigger pull with minimal overtravel.

Citori 725 Sporting models will be offered with 30” or 32” ventilated rib barrel lengths and supplied with five extended Standard Invector choke tubes. The receiver has a silver nitride finish with gold accented engraving. Stock and forearm are Grade III/IV walnut with gloss oil finish. The new Citori 725 Sporting small gauges weigh in at 7 lbs. 4 oz. to 7 lbs. 7 oz. MSRP: $3,199.99. 

The new Citori 725 Field small-gauge models will feature a silver nitride finish receiver with accented, high-relief engraving. Stock and forearm are Grade II/III walnut with close radius pistol grip in gloss oil finish. Available with 26” or 28” ventilated rib barrels, weight is 7 lbs. to 7 lbs. 3 oz. MSRP: $2,539.99.

For more information, visit browning.com.

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