Gun Report

Browning BPS Special Steel 12 Gauge

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Working a pump-action shotgun might require a little thought and practice for some shooters, but we believe the Browning is worth the extra effort for a hunter looking for a quality turkey gun.

Browning BPS Special Steel 12 Gauge

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We preferred the feel and look of the Mossy Oak camouflage on the Browning stock and forearm and found that the dimensions fit our test team for comfortable shooting of the pump action. Note the attachment for a sling.
Disassembly and reassembly of the Browning was easy and provided good access to the parts for cleaning. The pump-action shotgun did not become as dirty as the Remington gas-operated semiautomatic.
The safety on top of the Browning receiver was easy to reach and operate, winning good marks by our test team over the typical safety found on the trigger guard of a field gun.
A good fit for all the members of our test team, only minor adjustments were required for us to get into pump-action mode of shooting. Note that the end of the magazine cap is where the sling attachment is located.

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