BPS All Weather High Capacity

Browning Pump Shotgun All Weather High Capacity

The Browning Pump Shotgun All Weather High Capacity is, of course, a pump-action hunting shotgun chambered in 12 gauge. It is one of 12 shotgun variants in Browning’s BPS line. What makes it unique is that it features a satin nickel finish and with a composite all weather stock and fore-end.

In addition, this model features a HiViz Tactical brand fiber optic front sight, which is brightly colored and easy to see, and a 5 cartridge magazine capacity. In addition, the All Weather High Capacity uses a 20″ fixed cylinder choke as opposed to interchangeable chokes.

The BPS All Weather High Capacity also offers a back-bored barrel, a process that increases bore diameter resulting in increased shot velocity, reduced recoil, and more uniform shot patterns.

Features include a bottom ejection port for ambidextrous shooting capabilities. It also has a speed unloading system that allows cartridges to be ejected without cycling them through the action. By simply depressing the shell stop cartridges will eject from the ejection port. It has Top-Tang safety, which places the safety on the back of the pistol grip where the action-hands thumb naturally falls. And it has a gold colored trigger.

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