Browning Citori 725 Trap Over Under Shotgun 12 Gauge 32" Barrel Walnut Stock 0135793009
ID: 0135793009 UPC: 023614398295 CLASSIFICATION: PAL REQUIRED
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Today's Citori over and under line-up includes the original, legendary Citori (with many proven models and configurations) and the new 725 version (with low profile receiver, mechanical triggers and Invector DS). The 725 is a groundbreaking advancement in Citori design that goes well beyond aesthetics into the actual design and mechanism.
The new Citori 725 is the evolution of John M. Browning's legendary B25 Superposed, now with the modern performance advantage of a low-profile receiver. The new 725 receiver is significantly lower than other Citori 12 gauge receivers, yet the 725 shares the renowned durability of generations of Citori over and unders with the same rugged full-width hinge pin and tapered locking bolt design. With a 725, you get the "one with the gun" feeling you want, with the long lasting durability you expect from a Browning over and under. And the features don't stop there. The 725 showcases an all-new mechanical trigger (FireLite) that offers unmatched feel and lighter pull weights than ever before. Inflex Technology has also been added to make shooting more comfortable. And the new Invector-DS choke system moves to a new level of performance. Experience the benefits these improvements can do for your shooting with a new Citori 725, only from The Best There Is.
Barrel Length: 32"
Nominal Overall Length: 50"
Nominal Length of Pull: 14-3/8"
Nominal Drop at Comb: 1-9/16"
Nominal Drop at Heel: 1-15/16"
Nominal Weight: 8 lbs. 10 oz.
Chamber Size: 3"
Rib Width: 7mm-9mm
Metal Finish: Gloss blued finish barrel, steel receiver with silver nitride finish and gold accented engraving
Wood Finish: Gloss oil finish, grade III/IV walnut
Stock / Grip: Close radius pistol grip
Vector Pro Lengthened Forcing Cone
3x Invector DS Choke Tubes (F, IM, M)
HiViz Pro-Comp Front Sight
Ivory Mid Bead
Ventilated Trap Recoil Pad
Triple Trigger System