Gun Report

Browning Citori Crossover Target No. 018015302 12 Gauge, $1999 (Grade: A- [Our PICK] 2015)

We found the Browning performed as advertised. It would be a good choice for a shooter interested in acquiring a moderately priced, solid and dependable all-around shotgun.

Browning Citori Crossover Target No. 018015302 12 Gauge, $1999 (Grade: A- [Our PICK] 2015)

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Rib Width
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Length of Pull
Drop at Comb
Drop at Heel
Trigger Pull Weight Bottom
Trigger Pull Weight Top

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A very good feature in most higher-priced Brownings is the easily adjustable inertia trigger, which allowed us to fit the length of pull for everyone in our test group. Different trigger styles are available from Browning — another plus for the Crossover.
The Crossover’s wide high rib, top, compared to the Franchi’s standard rib, provided our team a better sighting plane when aligning the barrel with the targets. High ribs are becoming very popular among clay target shooters, and the Crossover takes advantage of that popularity.
The Midas grade extended chokes provided with the Crossover, as compared with the typical internal chokes supplied with most moderately priced shotguns, were considered another edge for the Browning.