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Browning Citori Model 725 Field No. 0135303004 12 Gauge, $2,470

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
This is another in a long line of solid, fine-handling over and unders. This new field model patterned well, broke targets well, and looked good while doing its job.

Browning Citori Model 725 Field No. 0135303004 12 Gauge, $2,470

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The time-tested system of cocking the hammers by opening the action is very effective in the Browning. Note the cocking system on the monoblock of the barrels. We encountered no problems with shells ejecting from the Browning, unlike the temperamental system in the Benelli.
Good-looking wood and checkering, plus a fine weight and heft, helped the Field model of the Model 725 earn good marks. Even with the standard recoil pad, there were no problems with shoulder shock from loads used in our testing.
The barrels measured 28 inches in length and were not ported. Still, we found the balance and handling of the Model 725 to be excellent with little felt recoil.

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