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Browning Hard Case Swap?

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by DustyOne60, Jan 20, 2013.

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    I have a Browning Citori 425 with the standard brown Hard Case for 30" barrels. I added extended tubes and it no longer fits. Is there a possibility of a swap for a Browning Hard Case case to hold the longer barrels?

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    I don't have one to trade but are you willing to sell the one you have? If so, how much? Jerry
     
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    Dusty,

    I am surprised your 425 doesn't fit with extended chokes. I have the standard 30" brown vinyl case, I think it is a model 1215 and my 30" XS Skeet fits with the standard Midas chokes which are about 3/4" long. The inside of my case measures 30 7/8". Browning may have increased the dimensions of the case when extended chokes became the norm. Maybe you don't need to go to a 32/34" case but just find a more recently manufactured 30" as another option. Good luck.

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