At its recent consumer show in Indianapolis, the NRA announced the recipients of the 2014 Golden Bullseye Awards. Among them was the Browning Citori 725 Feather which received the prestigious “Shotgun of the Year” honors from American Hunter. The Golden Bullseye Award recognizes new and innovative products within the shooting sports arena.
“It is an honor to be considered by the NRA for the Golden Bullseye award,” said Ryan Godderidge, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “The Browning 725 Feather has been well received by those who appreciate a lighter weight over/under and we couldn’t be more excited about this addition to our shotgun product line.”
Weighing in at 6 pounds 7 ounces, the Browning 725 Feather employs an alloy receiver with a steel breech face insert and hinge pin to take the punishment of even the heaviest field loads. Combine that with its low profile receiver, mechanical triggers and totally new Invector DS choke tube system and the 725 becomes the gun of choice for serious upland bird hunters and those looking for an over/under they can carry in the field from dawn to dusk and not feel like their arms are dragging on the ground at the end of the day.
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