Browning Introduces New Wicked Wing Shotguns

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posted on August 11, 2017
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Browning has introduced two new autoloading shotguns—the A5 Wicked Wing and Maxus Wicked Wing.

The new waterfowl guns both feature a receiver finished in a durable Cerakote Burnt Bronze camo finish, with a Cerakote Burnt Bronze barrel. Banded extended choke tubes and an oversize bolt release are also standard. The composite stocks and forearms are coated in Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades camo pattern and protected with sure-gripping Dura-Touch Armor Coating. Both models will be offered in 12 gauge 3 1/2" and 3" models with 26" or 28" barrel lengths. MSRP for the A5 Wicked Wing 3 1/2" is $1,979.99; $1,829.99 for the 3" version. MSRP for the Maxus Wicked Wing 3 1/2" is $1,869.99, $1.739.99 for the 3" version.



A5 Features
  • Strong, lightweight aluminum alloy receiver
  • Lightweight profile barrel with flat ventilated rib and fully chromed bore for corrosion resistance
  • 3" or 3 1/2" chamber
  • Recoil-operated Kinematic Drive System
  • Shim adjustment for length of pull, cast and drop
  • Vector Pro Lengthened Forcing Cone
  • Three Invector-DS Banded choke tubes
  • Inflex recoil pad
  • Fiber-optic front sight and ivory mid-bead sight
  • Oversize bolt release
  • ABS storage case


Maxus Features
  • Strong, lightweight aluminum alloy receiver
  • Lightweight profile barrel with flat ventilated rib and fully chromed bore for corrosion resistance
  • 3" or 3 1/2" chamber
  • Power Drive gas system
  • Shim adjustment for length of pull, cast and drop
  • Speed Lock forearm
  • Textured gripping surfaces
  • Vector Pro Lengthened Forcing Cone
  • Three Invector-DS Banded choke tubes
  • Inflex Recoil Pad
  • Fiber-optic front sight and ivory mid-bead sight
  • Oversize bolt release
  • Magazine Cutoff

For more information visit browning.com

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