Ported barrels, fiber optic bead, gloss oil finish, checkered walnut, egnraved low-profile steel receiver, mechanical trigger, Invector-DS chokes
This is it. The baseline standard for an industry that craves top performance. 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.
Balance, form and a large dose of excellence. 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. Experience the benefits these improvements can do for your shooting with a new Citori 725.
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Action : Over/Under
Gauge : 12
Barrel Length : 32" Ported
Capacity : 2
Chamber : 3"
Length : 50"
Weight : 7.4 lbs
Drop : 1 9/16" @ Comb & 2 1/2" @ Heel
Stock : Walnut
Finish : Stainless Receiver/ Blue Steel Barrels
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Submitted By: Vincent On 10/01/2015
Easy transaction, as usual. Just put 100 rounds though it at trap field, virtually no felt recoil. I had never fired a 725 before purchasing this one, but had shouldered one and they fit me , mid bead and front bead lining up perfectly. This is why I purchased this over the Beretta Silver Pigeon 1. Is it worth $500-$600 more the the Beretta? I don't know but it does have better wood. It does not come with a hard case like the Beretta, which it probably should have at this price range. DS chokes worked pretty good. I used full and modified for this first time shooting it and the full totally vaporized the bird when I was on, I actually did not see any chips on a few occasions. I know there has been some inconsistent choke marking in the past so I will pattern these chokes as soon as I get a chance to see which ones I should use for various games. I just started shooting sporting clays and can't wait to try my new Browning out on them. Overall very satisfied with purchase and with Hinterland. Also, spoke with Brett several times before making purchase; he was very knowledgeable and extremely helpful. My second firearm purchase from Hinterland and definitely won't be my last.
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Submitted By: joseph m. On 03/30/2012
I have talked to a few people about this gun. I also have a friend that is very interested in buying one as well. I own a 525 know and I'm looking forward to owning this new Browning 725 as soon as possible.
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