Gun Report

Browning Cynergy Sporting 28 Gauge

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
A lighter, quicker, easier-handling version of the 12-gauge Cynergy, this firearm is just the ticket for sub-gauge shooters.

Browning Cynergy Sporting 28 Gauge

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Home Defense
Hunting
Recreational
Competition
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Drop at Comb
Drop at Heel
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Trigger Pull Weight Top

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The locking system of the Cynergy provides a tight fit, but takes a little more effort to put together because of the radical angle required to match up the mono block with the receiver.
The combination of the HiViz Pro Comp target sight and the white mid bead allow the shooter to quickly establish a proper sight picture so the shooter can then focus on the target. Note the barrels are not ported, as this option is available in only the 12-and 20- gauge shotguns.
Like its larger 12-gauge ancestor, the sloping comb and unusually shaped recoil pad give the shotgun a distinctive look that performed well in our testing. While adjusting the length of pull for longer lengths is simple, reducing the lop to less than 13.5 inches is a problem.

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