Posted September 30, 2015 5:00 pm by Comments

By Robert Farago

New Citori Feather 20=gauge (courtesy Browning)

Anyone remember when “made in Japan” meant cheap crap? You’ve come a long way baby-san. Especially when we’re talking about Browning’s Citori shotguns. Manufactured by the Miroku Corporation in Nangoku, Japan, Citori firearms are one of the finest stacked barrel shotguns not-entirely-stupid money can buy. [Fair disclosure: I’ve got a 325 Grade II Citori lingering in my gun safe.] Browning’s just added the Citori 725 Feather to the lineup. It combines a lightweight alloy receiver with a durable steel breech face and hinge pin for added strength. Weighing in at 6 lbs. 4-6 oz., offered with a 26″ or 28″ barrel, the Citori Feather will tickle your fancy at $2,549.99. Full press release after the jump . . .

Morgan, UT – Browning added a new lightweight Feather 20 gauge model to the Citori 725 line-up in 2015.

The Citori 725 Feather combines a lightweight alloy receiver with a durable steel breech face and hinge pin for added strength. The new lightweight model weighs only 6 lbs. 4-6 oz. and will be offered with 26″ or 28″ barrel lengths.

The low-profile receiver design of the Citori 725 Feather features a silver nitride finish and high relief engraving. The Fire Lite …read more

Source:: Truth About Guns

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