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Browning Silver Mossy Oak Duck Blind No. 011366604 3-inch 20 ga.

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Lots to like here, in particular a cushy recoil pad, easy operation loading and unloading, and a smooth but graspable surface. Items not to like included a busy sight plane, a fairly heavy trigger, and a heavily high-biased pattern throw, which might be an advantage for hunting flushing birds. Pretty pricey, too, compared to the other guns.

Browning Silver Mossy Oak Duck Blind No. 011366604 3-inch 20 ga.

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The Browning was well balanced, with the tipping point right under the bolt-release button. The gun had a bit of bling on it, namely the gold-colored trigger. The triangular safety button behind the trigger guard was big and easy to operate.
The Invector Plus choke tubes are rated for steel shot, and the gun came with a selection of three tubes: IC, Modified (shown, with three cuts in the front), and Full. The supplied wrench had sharp edges on it that we’d knock off.
The Browning suffered from mild mounting problems with our test team. The gun mounted short, which made the shooter see too much of the top of the receiver and rib. That may have caused the gun to pattern high. We liked the soft recoil pad, but we wondered if its tackiness might have interfered with the mount.

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