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Browning Cynergy: Is it Love or Lust ?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Porcupine, Mar 20, 2011.

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  1. Porcupine

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    A local Browning distributor brought some demo shotguns to our Trap Range today, and I shot a round with a Cynergy Classic Field. What a sweet shooter! I really enjoyed that round of Trap! Can anyone tell me if there's any significant difference in 'feel' between the Cynergy Classic Field and the Cynergy Trap model? Many thanks.

    LA in MA
     
  2. Bob Hawkes

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    There's a couple of shooters at the club who have the trap models, very nice shooting guns. Good luck, Bob
     
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    The main difference between the two is the stock and adjustable comb. I've owned my classic trap for about 18 months now 5 of which Browning had the gun for trigger issues. The issues were resolved and I now have about 8000 rounds through it.
     
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    The main difference between the two is the stock and adjustable comb. I've owned my classic trap for about 18 months now 5 of which Browning had the gun for trigger issues. The issues were resolved and I now have about 8000 rounds through it.
     
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    Too Euro looking for me.
     
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    Porcupine, in addition to the trap stock you will have longer barrels,32-34" Unsingle and 30-32" O/U. Big difference compared to maybe 28" field model , try one out if you can.

    Whats Euro looking about the Classic Trap version ?
     
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    Depends on if you hug it or just pet it a little ; )
     
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    Now thats funny.
     
  9. Slugo

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    they're really excellent shotguns. They've taken a bad rap, mostly by idiots who never handled or shot one...
     
  10. Rastoff

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    Another difference is weight. The Trap model is about 1lb heavier.
     
  11. shannon391

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    So many better choices, I had one for 3 weeks.
     
  12. Ultra Man

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    Have shot my classic trap combo for three years love it approaching 10000 rounds no problems trigger is fine. If I do my part right it smokes em just as good as any of them. For me, spending 3 to 4 times the money on my gun won't make me a All Anerican. Just what works for me everyone is different.
     
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    philk, quote: <i>"Whats Euro looking about the Classic Trap version ?"</i>

    Based on your reply, I looked up the trap models on the Browning website. At some point Browning has "Americanized" them. They look a heckuva lot better. Originally all the Cynergy shotguns looked like the Sporting model, with a heavy emphasis on the Euro look. So I stand corrected for the current Trap models.
     
  14. goose2

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    I do not love or lust a Cynergy. I agree with Shannon on this one. There are several combo guns that are better than a Cynergy.
     
  15. AEP

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    Name one, new, for the price????????

    For the price you get a lot of gun.

    The Cynergy is an excellent trap gun. If you don't like the looks that's one thing and is a personal thing.

    As far as being dependable, and not breaking down on the firing line I don't think the Cynergy or any Browning can be beat.

    I've owned one for over 2 years and it has never failed me.

    The only complaint I have is the non-adjustable O/U barrels.

    Respectfully Submitted,
    Andy P
     
  16. shannon391

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    If you never ran 100 with yours don't feel bad neither did I. The factory triggers are all over the place and hard to work on. I could go on..
     
  17. Cynergytrap

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    had mine for over 2 years,
    Shot over 12000 registered targets last year and probably just as many in practice. Still going strong.
     
  18. shooter 50

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    I have had my cynergy trap combo for two years and it serves me well.
     
  19. g7777777

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    They say your brain produces different chemicals during lust but evidently there is a limit to that

    6 months is what scientific studies say and then the brain is back to the same chemical state for that original stimulus

    So

    If the attraction lasts longer than 6 months it is love

    Could that be applicable here?

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene

    PS-- I didnt make that up
     
  20. dverna

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    Lusting for a Cynergy?????

    You need to get out more.

    Don Verna
     
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