The Citori 725 Skeet takes the concept of "become one with the gun" to the realm of skeet, adding porting to the barrels, a HiVis Pro-Comp fiber optic front bead sight, and a semi-beavertail forearm with a finger groove. The Low-Profile receiver of the 725 gives you an almost indescribable advantage, bringing your hands more inline with your eyes for a more natural "pointability".
|0136163010||12||3"||30"||48"||14 3/8"||1 3/4"||1 3/4"||7 lbs 11 oz||$3,139.99|
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*NOTE: Weights listed are approximate
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A groundbraking advancement in Citori design.
Today's Citori over and under line-up includes the original, legendary Citori (with many proven models and configurations) and the new 725 version (with low profile receiver, mechanical triggers and Invector DS). The 725 is a groundbreaking advancement in Citori design that goes well beyond aesthetics into the actual design and mechanism.
The new Citori 725 is the evolution of John M. Browning’s legendary B25 Superposed, now with the modern performance advantage of a low-profile receiver. The new 725 receiver is significantly lower than other Citori 12 gauge receivers, yet the 725 shares the renowned durability of generations of Citori over and unders with the same rugged full-width hinge pin and tapered locking bolt design. With a 725, you get the "one with the gun" feeling you want, with the long lasting durability you expect from a Browning over and under. And the features don't stop there. The 725 showcases an all-new mechanical trigger (FireLite) that offers unmatched feel and lighter pull weights than ever before. Inflex Technology has also been added to make shooting more comfortable. And the new Invector-DS choke system moves to a new level of performance. Experience the benefits these improvements can do for your shooting with a new Citori 725, only from The Best There Is®.
And finally for small bore shooters the 725 20 gauge has arrived. All the great features of a 725 and less. That is, less weight, less bulk, less, profile. But with a new benchmark in small bore handling.
Now in 20 gauge.
If you have a Flash-enabled browser you can learn more at the Citori 725 Interactive site by clicking here. Watch the new 725 commercial or for non-Flash information click one of the links below.
Watch the video on "The Making of the New Citori 725 Commerical." An insider look on the green screen and CGI required to produce a commercial like the one above.
For devices that cannot utilize Flash media (iPads, iPhones and others) see all the details here:
The Citori 725 Wins Field & Stream's "Best of the Best."
Citori 725 special brochure.
New Citori 725 additional resources.
New Citori 725 -- Become One With the Gun.
New Citori 725 TV spot uses cool super-slow motion of pheasant flushing.
The "Making Of" the Citori 725 commercial. "How did they do that?" explained.
Beginning in 2013, Browning has introduced a new line of High Grade Citori 725s. As an ongoing program, each year, two exquisite firearms will be added to the line. These limited editions will include additional engraving, gold accents, high-grade wood and other features that separate them from standard models. Two Citori 725 models are kicking off the program for 2013. They include a Grade III and Grade V, both in 12 gauge with 26" or 28" barrel lengths.
The new Grade III 725 receiver has a silver nitride finish and features high-relief engraving of pheasants on the left and mallards on the right with a dog on the bottom. The stock and forearm feature Grade III/IV walnut with gloss finish and sharp 20 lines-per-inch checkering.
The Grade V 725 High Grade receiver features full coverage, high-relief engraving with gold enhanced pheasants on the left and mallards on the right. The stock and forearm feature Grade V/VI walnut with sharp 22 lines-per-inch checkering. The Grade V also comes with a High Grade Canvas/Crazy Horse Leather gun case. The case has a solid wood frame, canvas covering and features high grade leather on the borders, handles and fastening straps. The liner is made of soft wool and the case has solid brass hinges and combination locks.
Click the photos below to go to one of the interactive experiences for the Citori right here on Browning.com. Which one is right for you? That's an impossible question. No over and under has more fans than the original Citori and it continues to reign supreme in top performance and incredible durability. The 725 offers a new level of "One With The Gun" handling finesse that sets a new bar for the competition to shoot for.