Citori 625 Sporting

Browning Citori 625 Sporting

The Browning Citori 625 Sporting is an over-under shotgun chambered in 12 gauge, 20 gauge, 28 gauge and .410.

The Citori 625 Sporting is one of 12 shotgun variant lines in Browning’s Citori line.

The 625 sporting features a steel receiver with a silver nitride finish and it also has high-relief engraving with gold accents. The stock is grade III/IV walnut with a close radius pistol grip and Schnabel forearm.

The barrel uses a forcing cone to minimize the number of deformed pellets, resulting in a more uniform shot pattern. It has a sporting style solid recoil pad and a HiViz Pro-Comp brand fiber-optic front sight.

In addition, the Citori 625 Sporting employs Browning’s patented Triple Trigger System that allows the shooter to fine tune the length of pull as well as switch between a wide checkered, narrow smooth and wide smooth canted trigger shoe.

Common features for the Citori line include back bored barrels (12 and 20 gauge only), a process that increases bore diameter resulting in higher shot velocity, reduced recoil, and more uniform shot patterns. Barrels are also fitted for interchangeable choke tubes. Its automatic ejectors eject spent shells when the breech is open. And it has corrosion-resistant chrome-plated chambers for increased durability.

Browning recommends the Citori 625 Sporting for trap shooting as well as general hunting.


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