Browning Citori Satin Hunter Micro Midas

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posted on January 16, 2013
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The Citori Satin Hunter Micro Midas rifle is another gun Browning makes that is great for youth and women shooters. It comes with a ventilated rib barrel, a single selective trigger, hammer ejectors, and a top-tang barrel selector/safety. Other features include a Satin finish walnut Compact 13-inch stock length of pull, which was scaled down specifically to fit smaller shooters comfortably.

The 12-gauge model comes with a recoil pad, and all the gauges are eligible for the Growth Insurance Program, which allows you to purchase a full-size stock at 50 percent off, which is a beneficial option when buying for a growing child.

For more information visit Browning.com.

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