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The Browning Citori 725 Sporting is engineered with a low-profile receiver to help you get your eye closer to the barrels axis. Available with a variety of gauges this series of overunder shotguns features weapons with 28 30 or 32 barrels with the heaviest tipping the scales at 7 pounds 10 ounces. Depending on gauge each Browning Citori 725 Sporting comes with either three or five interchangeable chokes and Brownings triple trigger system. As a result Browning Citori 725 Sporting users are able to customize their shot pattern length of trigger pull and trigger shoe. The new mechanical trigger (FireLite) offers lighter pull weights than ever before.
Gauge 12 - Chamber Length 3 - Barrel Length 30 - Overall Length 48 - Length of Pull 14 34 - Drop at Comb 1 916 - Drop at Heel 2 38 - Weight 7 lbs 8 oz - Rib Width 516 - 716 - Barrel Finish Polished Blued - Stock Finish Gloss Oil - Wood Grade Grade IIIIV - Chokes Included Full IM Mod IC Skeet - Receiver Finish Silver Nitride - Chamber Finish Chrome Plated Chamber - Front Sight HiViz Pro-Comp - Choke System Invector-DS Extended - Barrel Material Steel - Mid Bead Ivory - Barrel Porting Yes - Side Ribs Vented - Stock Material Black Walnut - Recoil Pad Inflex 2 Large - Checkering Cut 20 LPI - Adjustable Comb Y - Receiver Material Steel - Trigger Finish Gold Plated - Trigger Guard Finish Silver Nitride - Trigger Material Alloy - Trigger Guard Material Steel - Trigger Guard Engraving Buck Mark in Gold - Receiver Engraving Laser - Choke Wrench Included T-Wrench
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WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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