BPS Rifled Deer Hunter in Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity

Browning Pump Shotgun Rifled Deer Hunter

The Browning Pump Shotgun Rifled Deer Hunter in Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity camouflage finish is a pump-action hunting shotgun chambered in 12 gauge and 20 gauge. The BPS Rifled Deer Hunter in Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity camouflage is identical to the other deer hunting model except it has a composite stock.

Features a thick-walled rifled barrel  for slug ammunition only. It also has a back-bored barrel. The back-boring process increases bore diameter, resulting in higher shot velocity, reduced recoil, and more uniform shot patterns. And the stock has a Dura-Touch armor coating, a finish that improves durability and ergonomics.

It shares several features with the BPS line which 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.

The Browning recommends BPS Rifled Deer Hunter Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity for, of course, deer hunting where camouflage is desired.

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