RECEIVER Forged and machined steel
BARREL Ventilated rib
ACTION Bottom ejection • Dual steel action bars • 31⁄2" chamber • Top-tang safety • Magazine capacity - Four in the magazine plus one in the chamber
STOCK Composite • Dura-Touch® Armor Coating • Mossy Oak® camo finishes
FEATURES Three Standard Invector choke tubes • Brass front bead sight
|012257113||10||3 1/2"||28"||50"||14 1/4"||1 1/2"||2 1/2"||10 lbs 9 oz||$949.99|
|012257114||10||3 1/2"||26"||48"||14 1/4"||1 1/2"||2 1/2"||10 lbs 12.8 oz||$949.99|
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BPS. A solid steel reputation for durability and dependability.
Few firearms ever earn the level of respect the Browning BPS boasts. The BPS has a solid reputation for long-lasting durability and an uncanny ability to keep on working in spite of what Mother Nature does to stop it. This shouldn’t come as a surprise because the BPS has what most other pump shotguns don’t — features like rigid dual machined steel action bars, a forged and machined steel receiver, a convenient top-tang safety and bottom ejection for ambidextrous operation, and legendary Browning balance and handling. That’s why the BPS continues to be the pump shotgun serious shotgunners like you can always rely on.
View the video below to get a quick overview on why the BPS is still considered the standard of comparison.
Ambidextrous. That is how many shooters describe the BPS. And it is true. But the advantages are more than just being a great shotgun for the left- OR right-handed shooter. The bottom ejection design and full, two-sided steel receiver combine for a level of durability and strength that is not common among pump action shotguns today. The design is totally balanced, with matching dual steel slide action bars -- one on each side -- that balance forces for very smooth pumping. Top tang safety is functional convenience to the max. The receiver forms a "roof" over the action-- there is no opening on either side for an ejection port, so a drenching rain won't drip into the action. When you shoot bottom ejection makes sure there are no empties flying to the side, across your line of sight, to distract your aim. Those that shoot a BPS are a unique bunch . . . a bit more serious about their hunting guns than most? Yes!
Bottom Ejection and Loading
Bottom ejection throws empty shells straight down, out of the line of sight, and makes the BPS the ultimate pump for right- or left-handed shooters. Bottom loading provides operating convenience.
The proven pump-action design of the BPS is sound and reliable. All components are durably constructed of solid steel and are housed inside a receiver machined from a solid block of forged steel. Rigid double slide bars are made from heat-treated steel and eliminate twisting and binding for faster, more efficient operation. The result is smooth operation in all conditions and the ability to stay on target while delivering rapid follow-up shots. A convenient serrated slide release is located at the rear of the trigger guard.
The thumb-operated, top-tang safety on the BPS can be easily operated by right- and left-handed shooters alike, even with gloved fingers.
2 3/4": Four in magazine, one in chamber. 3": Three in magazine, one in chamber. 3 1/2": Three in magazine, one in chamber. A three-shot magazine adapter plug is included.
12 and 20 gauge BPS shotguns feature Back-Bored Technology.
12 and 20 gauge BPS shotguns include the interchangeable Invector-Plus™ choke tube system. 28 gauge and .410 bore BPS shotguns include the Standard Invector™ system.
The BPS was recently reviewed on the TV show MustHaveOutdoors.com. You might want to take a look at this video from the show (provided courtesy www.musthavehoutoors)