March 27, 2008

Browning Cynergy Classic Trap Unsingle Combo

Browning's new Cynergy Classic Trap Unsingle Combo set includes an adjustable Unsingle Rib with single barrel and an over and under barrel set, all in an aluminum case. The Unsingle Rib can be easily fine tuned for sight picture and point of impact adjustments.

The Cynergy's low profile receiver design aids in controlling recoil with its Monolock hinge technology that gives the Cynergy the lowest profile receiver in the industry. This ingenious new hinge system pivots on significantly more surface area than other over and under shotguns with low profile receivers.

The Cynergy also features the unique Reverse Striker ignition system. This is a mechanical trigger system that uses an actuator to reverse the direction of the impact force from the pin to the striker. It offers the benefits of crisper feel and lighter pull, plus greatly reduced locktime and overtravel.

The new Browning Cynergy Classic Trap Unsingle Combo will be supplied with a gloss finish Monte Carlo grade III/IV walnut stock with right-hand palm swell, adjustable comb and modified semi-beavertail forearm with finger grooves. It will be offered in 32"/34", 32"/32", 30"/34" and 30"/32" barrel combinations with HiViz® Pro-Comp fiber optic sights. Four Invector Plus™ Midas Grade™ chokes tubes will also be supplied. Suggested Retail with aluminum fitted case, $4,942.00.

Comments (3)

I wanted to go to the manufacturer's website to see this gun, but had a problem. I didn't notice this with other articles I've read today, but nowhere on this one do you state what brand firearm this is. I think it's Browning, but will have to back up to the link I followed here to find out.

Not all of us know all firearms that well.

Posted by: unevrno | May 8, 2008 2:46 AM    Report this comment

ALAN...This is literally Day One for Gun Reports.Com so your opinion matters...It's been a lot of hard work.

Posted by: TCole | April 8, 2008 9:16 PM    Report this comment

Great site! AW

Posted by: alan w | April 8, 2008 6:01 PM    Report this comment

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