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Browning Citori Plus

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by ks-trap-shooter, Nov 21, 2007.

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  1. ks-trap-shooter

    ks-trap-shooter TS Member

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    Does anyone have any opinions on the Browning Citori Plus Trap Gun? How common are these? What would one expect to pay for one?
    Thank You Very Much! Ryan
     
  2. dbcook

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    i shot one 25 rounds last weekend. i have a citori special trap grade. i couldn,t see much difference. that isn,t much for you to go on though. dwain
     
  3. DTrykow

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    I've been shooting a Citori Plus for years. Excellent shotgun. Won many leagues with it. Fully adjustable. Worth about $1,500. Dave T.
     
  4. Gross Man

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    The big advantage is the adjustable rib on a moderately priced gun. I have a BT-99 Plus and love it.
     
  5. gotbass

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    I like mine alot. May well be the most gun for the money there is. Mike
     
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    These are excellent guns for the money.They sell for 1400 to about 1700.Recoil is minimal and the adjustable rib and stock really help to taylor the gun to you.
    Dave
     
  7. Notime2

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    Mine smoked them on doubles with m / im, but when I shot 5 stand I had to aim 12" below the birds, eventually it migrated to the back of the safe. Gentle gun. Notime2
     
  8. 1Ljutic1

    1Ljutic1 TS Member

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    I shot them for about twelve years. Some of the best guns I had. Would recommend them over most. Lots of adjustments, and if you shoot sport clays, you can adjust them to not have to hold 12" low. Thats what I did with mine. Steve
     
  9. Dave P

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    I have had one for around 15 years and wouldn't sell it or trade. I got rid of the original Browning recoil mechanism and replaced it with a Timney.
     
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