Find Browning shotguns for sale online at Guns.com. Our vast selection includes the popular Browning A5, BT-99, BPS, Citori, and Maxus, all of which can be purchased new or used. Find Browning shotguns with a variety of features, finishes, and options, configured in 12-gauge, 16-gauge, 20-gauge, and 410 bore.
For more than a century, Browning has been known for making high-quality, cutting-edge firearms. Whether you’re searching for shotguns for shooting sports, competition, or hunting, Guns.com offers hundreds of selections from the popular shotgun manufacturer.
John Moses Browning created a tradition of excellence over a hundred years ago and left the world some of the most legendary shotguns available, including the unique and ultra-reliable Browning A5.
Today, the company continues to create firearms from innovative designs, premium materials, and cutting-edge manufacturing processes. Browning knows not every one of their shotguns will fit everyone perfectly, but that there is a Browning shotgun perfectly suited for every person.
The most trusted Browning shotguns for sale include the A5, BT-99, BPS, Citori, and Maxus.
The king of Browning shotguns, the A5, also called the Auto-5, is a recoil-operated semi-automatic shotgun named for being an autoloader with a 5-round capacity. Designed by John Moses Browning, the A5 was the first successful design of a semi-auto shotgun, with several variants created over the years. The Browning A5 autoloader continues to be the most reliable shotgun with the lightest recoil, best performance, and fastest cycling available.
The Browning BT-99 is an ideal competition shotgun, perfect for shooters of all different abilities, ages, and sizes. Designed with simplicity, the BT-99 was introduced in 1969 and exhibits quality alongside consistent and reliable performance. It features a chrome-plated chamber, walnut stock with beavertail forearm, and vent rib barrel with Invector-Plus interchangeable choke tube system.
Manufactured for more than 50 years, the Browning BPS is a pump-action shotgun with proven reliability year after year, in all types of conditions. It is made with a steel receiver and synthetic or walnut stock with Inflex recoil pad. Maximum grip texture, serrated slide release, and an oversized trigger guard make for easy use, even with gloved hands. Other features of the BPS include a top tang safety, floating rib, bottom ejection and loading, Invector Plus interchangeable choke tube system, and Back-Bored Technology for reduced shot deformation.
The Browning Citori is an over-under shotgun that flawlessly blends beauty and championship performance. A plethora of models and configurations are available, all of which boast an impeccable action made from precision machined parts that are heat-treated for added strength. The Citori also sports a walnut stock, coil-type mainsprings, automatic ejectors, tapered locking bolt, and chrome-plated chambers. Some models additionally offer a triple trigger system, Back-Bored Technology, and an Invector-Plus choke tube system.
The Browning Maxus is a gas-operated autoloader that delivers maximum reliability and performance alongside reduced felt recoil and muzzle jump with both heavy and light loads. Features of the superbly balanced Maxus include a synthetic or walnut stock with Inflex Technology recoil pad and back-boring. The Lightning Trigger offers a smooth and crisp pull, while the patented Speed Lock Forearm makes for quick and easy take-down.
The Browning A5 typically sells for around $1,200 to $1,600, although used models can be found for less than $1,000. The BT-99 starts at about $1,200 and goes up to $2,600, or more, depending on the model and specific options.
The more affordable Browning BPS lists new from about $570 to $800, with quality used models found for under $300. The Citori starts at about $1,700 new and, depending on the model, can go up to over $3,000, while used models in good condition can sell for less than $1,000. The Browning Maxus typically sells for about $1,200 to $1,800. Guns.com offers plenty of new and used Browning shotguns in different price ranges.
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