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    Browning Citori 525 12-.410 Gauge Set Sporting Shotgun

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    Product Description

    The Browning Citori 525 12-.410 Gauge Set Sporting Shotgun has a steeply curved Etchen-style pistol grip paired with a Schnabel fore-end, giving the gun a much different feel from the Lightning-style Citoris when you pick it up. The Euro-checkering is cut in swooping panels and the stock has nice walnut and an attractive matte finish.

    What sets the 525 apart from other Citoris is its dynamics. Browning has shaved ounces out of the 525’s barrels, resulting in a much livelier gun. The Sporting Clays model features ports, HiViz sights, interchangeable trigger shoes, and competition choke tubes.


    • 12-.410 Gauge Set
    • Chamber: 3 Inch
    • Action: Over and Under
    • Receiver: Silver nitride receiver
    • Trigger: Triple Trigger System
    • Chokes: Invector Plus

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