#SundayGunday: Browning A5 Sweet Sixteen

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posted on February 26, 2017

Back in 2012, Browning resurrected the Humpback design with its new “A5” line. Though the name paid obvious tribute to the original Auto-5’s, the A5 line was something entirely new. Among other things, it featured an inertia-driven action that Browning calls a “Kinematic drive.” The new A5s were well received, so in 2016 Browning decided to take a chance on reviving another old favorite—and the A5 Sweet 16 was born. It captures every bit of the famous design, but in a gauge that has brought back more than a few sweet memories for hunters across the country.

Learn more about the A5 Sweet Sixteen with the video embedded above, hosted by Digital Managing Editor Shawn Skipper.

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