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Belgian Browning Superposed

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by markostrunk, Sep 12, 2011.

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  1. markostrunk

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    I see a lot of Japanese Browning Citoris in use, but seldom a Belgian Browning Superposed. I know that they are out of production, but there are plenty around. I wonder why they are not more popular?
     
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    I see a lot of Japanese Browning Citoris in use, but seldom a Belgian Browning Superposed. I know that they are out of production, but there are plenty around. I wonder why they are not more popular?
     
  3. AEST BOSS

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    I own more than I can shoot. Ones in good condition represent the biggest bargin in the firearms market....IMHO.
     
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    I own more than I can shoot. Ones in good condition represent the biggest bargin in the firearms market....IMHO.
     
  5. miketmx

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    If I were a collector I would choose the Belgium gun, but as a shooter I would rather have a Citori; the ribs don't come loose and both barrels will shoot without misfire.
     
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    If I were a collector I would choose the Belgium gun, but as a shooter I would rather have a Citori; the ribs don't come loose and both barrels will shoot without misfire.
     
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    I see a lot of Belgium guns for $1,200-$1,500. Are you saying the Citoris can be had for two-three hundred dollars?
     
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    I see a lot of Belgium guns for $1,200-$1,500. Are you saying the Citoris can be had for two-three hundred dollars?
     
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    FYI, they are not out of production, just relegated to the FN Browning Custom Shop...and prices start at around $20K....
     
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    FYI, they are not out of production, just relegated to the FN Browning Custom Shop...and prices start at around $20K....
     
  11. GW22

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    They are CLASSICS!

    Click the link and get yourself a brand new Broadway Trap version!!!

    -Gary
     
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    They are CLASSICS!

    Click the link and get yourself a brand new Broadway Trap version!!!

    -Gary
     
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    OR?????Take a look at the Winchester Select Energy Trap....Owned by Browning and produced in the Leige factory in Belgium! Broadway rib, solid construction, and a price under $1500!!! What a bargain! I love mine. Martinpicker
     
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    OR?????Take a look at the Winchester Select Energy Trap....Owned by Browning and produced in the Leige factory in Belgium! Broadway rib, solid construction, and a price under $1500!!! What a bargain! I love mine. Martinpicker
     
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    And Mike, my rib actually did come off my ST-100.....the roll pin that holds it on cracked....cost $.07 to replace...cheapest Browning repair ever!!!

    Ron
     
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    And Mike, my rib actually did come off my ST-100.....the roll pin that holds it on cracked....cost $.07 to replace...cheapest Browning repair ever!!!

    Ron
     
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    I shoot a superposed, but have yet to see another one on the line. Mine is about due a rebuild, and I am contemplating letting Simmons build me a 34" unsingle for it since I shoot it so well. Now mine has a custom stock and that more than anything is why I think I shoot it so well. Best 1200.00 I have spent for trap shooting so far.
     
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    I shoot a superposed, but have yet to see another one on the line. Mine is about due a rebuild, and I am contemplating letting Simmons build me a 34" unsingle for it since I shoot it so well. Now mine has a custom stock and that more than anything is why I think I shoot it so well. Best 1200.00 I have spent for trap shooting so far.
     
  19. Hill topper

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    I have a superposed that I shoot for doubles.

    ed
     
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    I have a superposed that I shoot for doubles.

    ed
     
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