First Look: Browning Maxus II All-Purpose Hunter

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posted on February 12, 2021
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A new model of Browning Maxus II, termed the All-Purpose Hunter, is targeted at game from upland, to waterfowl to turkey. Built around the Power Drive Gas System, which promises to cycle a variety of loads while minimizing recoil, the gun utilizes a SoftFlex cheek pad and Inflex recoil pad to further enhance shooter comfort. The stock can be  rimmed for a shorter length of pull or increased with the included spacers. Shims are included to adjust cast and drop at comb. Rubber overmolding on the stock and new forearm improve traction in all conditions, while a screw-on style forearm cap aids disassembly.

For concealment, the shotgun boasts a full coverage of Mossy Oak Break Up Country. The 26-inch barrel is fitted with an Invector-Plus Choke Tube System and includes full, modified, and improved-cylinder choke tubes plus an extended extra-full choke tube for turkey. To learn more, please visit browning.comMSRP: $1,979.99.

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