The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Truth About Guns
Sporting clays is about as much fun as you can have with a shotgun short of pointing one at ducks or upland birds. And as an owner of an XT Trap smoothbore, I can attest that Utah-based Browning’s Citori guns, while not inexpensive, provide plenty of bang for your shotgun buck. With its adjustable comb and grade V/VI black walnut stock and fore end, their new 725 Sporting Golden Clays is designed for the shooter who wants just a little bit more. And is willing to pay for it.
Here’s their press release:
Introducing the New Citori 725 Sporting Golden Clays Shotgun from Browning
Since sporting clays became a popular clay target shooting sport over thirty years ago, Browning has been a leader in developing shotguns specifically for this sport. Continuing in the tradition, Browning is adding a new model to the line of shotguns tailored to the…post was originally published on this site