Browning launches Maxus shotgun in Realtree Timber Camo pattern


The Maxus by Browning now sports a spiffy Realtree pattern. (Photo: Browning)

Browning brings a new pattern to its Maxus shotgun series, decking the autoloading shotgun out in Realtree Timber Camo. The Browning Maxus Realtree Timber Camo Shotgun comes chambered in 12-gauge with a 26-inch barrel.

Tipping scales at just over 6 pounds, the shotgun boasts a spacer adjustable length of pull among other features. The Maxus sports a Speed Lock Forearm which allows removal of the forearm with a life of a lever. That lever also allows the attachment or removal of a sling.

The new Maxus utilizes the company’s Lightning Trigger, bringing a smoother feel with minimal travel, according to Browning. The system is topped off with a Power Drive Gas System and fiber-optic front sight.

“Real-world reliability is the most important feature any manufacturer can build into a firearm. That’s why it was the first priority when Browning set about developing the Browning Maxus. But reliability isn’t the whole story,” Browning said in a news release. “The Browning Maxus Realtree Timber Camo Shotgun offers Maxus performance with Realtree Timber concealment, as well as spacer adjustable length of pull, a fiber optic front sight and more.”

The Browning Maxus Realtree Timber Camo shotgun is available now with an MSRP of $1,699.

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