Browning Expands Citori 725 Shotgun Lineup

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posted on June 10, 2015
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Browning continues to expand its Citori 725 target shotgun line-up to include the new Pro Sporting and Pro Trap models. Both models feature a Pro Fit Adjustable Comb and Pro Balance System in the stock that allows shooters to fine-tune the balance point for an ideal mount and swing.

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Other features found on all Citori 725 shotguns include Fire Lite Mechanical Trigger System that offers lighter pull weights than ever before offered on a Citori. The full-width hinge pin and tapered locking bolt design ensure strength and durability. For better shot pattern and performance, Citori 725 Pro shotguns feature the Invector-DS choke tube system.

The Citori 725 Pro Sporting will be offered in 12 and 20 gauge with 30" or 32" barrels at a suggested retail of $3,999.99. The Citori 725 Pro Trap 12 gauge features a high rib and with 30" or 32" barrels and an MSRP of $3,999.99.

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