Citori 625 Texas Independence
Exquisite gold embellishments highlighting scenes from one of the most historic, history changing battles.
For Texas Lovers Only.
Own a piece of history in one of the most beautiful Browning Citori's ever made. If you know anything about Texas you know that in 2011 Texas celebrated 175 years of independence from Mexico. The battle of San Jacinto in Harris County not only marked the end of the Texas Revolution, it was a turning point for the entire nation. Serving as commander-an-chief and general of the Texas army, Sam Houston soundly defeated the troops of Mexican president General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna at the famous Battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836, gaining independence for the new republic.
This is a Citori 625 like you have never seen before. With exquisite gold embellishments highlighting scenes from this historic, history changing battle. For more on Citori in general you may wish to expore the "Citori Story" here on Browning.com.
To celebrate this special Texas anniversary this very exclusive limited edition Citori has been produced. Limited numbers remain. This very special Citori commemorative edition is commissioned and sold exclusively through Independence Firearms. If you are interested, contact them immediately at:
6360 Fm 50
Brenham Texas 77833
The next great Texas celebration is not for another 25 years. Don't that long without hunting with and enjoying a beautiful shotgun like this. Independence Firearms is a great Browning dealer to work with and will give you all the attention, care and help you need in making your purchase decision.
- Limited to 50 units
- Serial number range: 01011TI131 through 50011TI131
• Receiver - Steel, Silver nitride finish, High-relief Engraving
• Barrel - Lightweight profile, 28" ventilated rib
• Action - Single selective trigger, Hammer ejectors, Top-tang barrel selector/safety
• Stock - Grade II-III Walnut stock with close radius pistol grip, Jeweled Receiver Block,
• Features - Three Invector-Plus™ choke tubes
The Citroi 625 has a steel receiver for strength and longevity. It also relies on a solid steel dovetailed breech face and steel hinge pin, both areas of high wear on an over and under, to take the brunt of the forces that act on these critical components. Shoulder a Citori 625 Field and understand for yourself why such a well-built, solid shooting shotgun will endure the test of time through thousands of shotshell rounds..
(Note: The items listed on this page are not in current production. The MSRP listed here is the MSRP for the last year that this item was in the catalog. Images and descriptions shown do not necessarily represent the product in its entirety. They are shown for examples only.)
|Last Year Cataloged||Item #||Caliber||Barrel
|2014||013533304||12 Ga||3"||28"||45"||14 1/4"||1 5/8"||2 1/2"||7 lbs 14.4 oz||$3,449.00|
Weights listed are approximate.
Images, photographs, etc. shown do not necessarily represent the product in its entirety. They are shown for examples only.