March 26, 2013

Browning Adds 725 Feather to Citori Line

(GunReports.com) -- Browning is adding a new 725 Feather 12 ga. model to the Citori line-up. The Citori 725 Feather combines a lightweight alloy receiver with a durable steel breech face and hinge pin for added strength. With a 28-inch barrel, the 725 Feather weighs just 6 pounds 9 ounces.

The low-profile receiver design of the Citori 725 Feather features a silver nitride finish and accented, high-relief engraving. The Fire Lite Mechanical Trigger system offers a light pull and, unlike an inertia trigger, does not need recoil to set up the next shot. The stock and forearm are made from Grade II/III walnut with a rich gloss oil finish.

To ensure a consistent shot pattern, the 725 Feather includes the Vector Pro lengthened forcing cones and Invector-DS choke tubes. For reduced felt recoil, it is fitted with an Inflex II recoil pad.


The Browning 725 Feather is chambered for 3-inch shells and is available in 26-inch or 28-inch barrel lengths. MSRP: $2,650.


Comments (2)

I will forever regret the decision I made several years ago to trade the Belgian Browning Superposed Lightning 12 gauge shotgun I purchased in Alaska back in 1967. It cost $400, which was considerable back then, but what a sweet piece of machinery it was! I wish I still had it now.

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