Shooting the new Browning A5 Shotgun

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posted on January 16, 2012
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There's nothing wrong with bringing back a legend—especially if you plan on creating a whole new one.

Browning is releasing a new version of its classic A5 model shotgun, and it was a hit at SHOT Show's Media Day at the Range. The gun retains the A5's iconic humpback-shape, but is new and improved in all other respects. Reliable, fast-cycling, recoil-operated, the Browning A5 is poised to be a popular new buy among shotgun fans.

Check out the video below to see American Rifleman Managing Editor Aaron Carter taking a few shots with the A5.

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