Browning has announced additional 725 shotguns in .410 and 28-gauge. If you're in the market for a sub-gauge shotgun, here are six reasons to consider the Citori 725—a direct, evolutionary descendant of Browning's famed B25 Superposed shotgun.
TriStar's Setter S/T line has served as an ideal entry-level over/under shotgun since its introduction, and it's doubling down on that role for 2016. New this year are variants in .410 and 28 gauge, each with their own dedicated frames.
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.
If you enjoy a small-bore shotgun for hunting and shooting you will be interested in the 28-gauge semi-automatic addition to the Mossberg International series.
Federal Premium has announced that it will be adding three shotshell options to its Game-Shok lineup—and all will be focused on small game hunters who favor the .28-gauge. Shipments of the new loads—offered in 5, 6 and 7.5 shot—are currently being delivered to dealers.