Specifications and features:
Browning Citori Lightning over/under shotgun
28" back bored barrels
Top tang barrel selector and safety
Single selective trigger
Gloss finish walnut stock
Lightning style stock and forearm
Blued steel receiver, high relief engraving
Ivory front bead sight
Vector-Pro lengthened forcing cones
Invector Plus full, modified, and improved cylinder choke tubes
45" overall length
1-5/8" drop at comb
2-1/2" drop at heel
5/16" rib width
6 lbs 12 oz unloaded
The Citori is more than a shotgun, it is the quintessential representative of the quality of the Browning brand. Wood-to-metal fit is paramount on the Citori and with tight, consistent junctions it doesn't disappoint. Action components are machined to exacting tolerances, heat-treated for greater strength and fitted using the traditional lampblack-and-file method to ensure the precise fit of critical components prior to being assembled to the action. It is this extreme level of craftsmanship that leads to the dependable function, impeccable looks, championship performance and respect from both Citori owners and the competition alike.
We challenge you to take any Citori from the rack and you'll see the same high level of fit and finish on every gun. Open and close the action and throw it to your shoulder. Sight down the barrels. Only then will you fully understand why the Citori has gained its reputation as the finest over and under shotgun available in the world.
Hammers are powered by powe rful coil-type mainsprings for positive primer ignition. The convenient barrel selector allows the shooter to choose which barrel fires on the first pull of the single trigger, and the second pull fires the remaining barrel. Ejectors are activated by a sharp hammer blow for more positive ejection than the push imparted by competitors' ejectors. The automatic ejectors eject fired shells when the breech is opened and elevate unfired shells for easy removal.
The Citori utilizes a transverse-mounted, full-width tapered locking bolt. The tapered locking bolt engages a full-width tapered recess in the rear barrel lugs. The taper allows the bolt to seat deeper over the years. The hinge pin extends from one side of the receiver to the other for maximum strength. It's the reason people say a Citori wears in, not out.
All Citori shotguns feature chrome-plated chambers that resist the toll thousands of shells can take on lesser quality guns. Corrosion resistance is also greatly improved.
All Sporting Clays, XT and XS Series Citori shotguns come equipped with the Triple Trigger system, which allows the shooter to fine tune the length of pull and switch between a wide checkered, a narrow smooth and a wide smooth canted trigger shoe.
12 and 20 gauge Citori shotguns feature Back-Bored Technology and include the interchangeable Invector-Plus choke tube system. 28 gauge and .410 bore Citori shotguns include the Standard Invector system.
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