Browning Adds Sub-Gauges to 725 Line

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posted on September 19, 2016
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Browning has added 28-gauge and .410 bore models to its popular Citori 725 Sporting and Field over/under line-up. Like their "big" brothers, the new sub-gauge models will feature Browning's Fire Lite Mechanical Trigger system, which is designed to provide a light, crisp trigger pull while minimizing overtravel.

The new Citori 725 sub-gauge models will feature a silver nitride finish receiver with accented, high-relief engraving. The stock and forearm are Grade II/III walnut. They'll ship with an MSRP of $2,539.99.

The Citori 725 Sporting models will be offered in 30- or 32-inch ventilated rib barrel lengths and supplied with five extended Standard Invector choke tubes. The receiver has a silver nitride finish with gold accented engraving. The stock and forearm are Grade III/IV walnut. They ship with an MSRP of $3,199.99

For more information, go to Browning.com.

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