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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by amboy49, Jan 18, 2011.

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  1. amboy49

    amboy49 Well-Known Member

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    Browning owners/shooters - can you describe what features make the Browning xt 425,525, & 625 different ?
     
  2. OldGoat

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    I have 2 425s...a 12 and a 20; the 525s and 625s are mechanically the same as the 325s and 425s...only differences I can observe are in the cosmetics - receiver engraving and wood finish/checkering. Others may have greater detailed info. Regards, Ed
     
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    Brownings are the best gun out for the money that they cost. You can spend more money and get more quality, but dollar for dollar, Brownings are well worth the $$$.
     
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    I beleive that all the browning o/u are the same mechanically with the exception of the new cynergy's. I wouldn' be surprised if all the parts wouldn't interchange with the exception of parts that have to be fitted to the individual gun in all but the cynergy.

    Bob
     
  5. spitter

    spitter Well-Known Member TS Supporters

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    The all share Citori platform... all offer invector+ chokes...

    XT is the Trap Gun, the 425, 525 and 625 ar field and or sporting guns... earlier models were the 325 and GTI

    regards,

    Jay
     
  6. War Wagon

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    625's have no forceing cones
     
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    Pull & Mark Well-Known Member

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    Their are small differences in the recievers as I was informed by Vern Brown. His stock will not fit the 525 or 625 maybe the 3'and 4's too, but will fit XT and some others. Break-em all. Jeff
     
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    Stick with your K guns!!
     
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    625 rib posts are slanted.

    HM
     
  10. 525 KID

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    I shoot a Browning sporting clay gun in trap and have for 3 years. I like the Browning and shot 15,100 reg targets in 2010 with this gun not counting practice rouds.There are a lot of higher end guns out there and they are great as well, for now this one seems to be working okay for me and i dont take care of a gun like i should so I'm glad they are tuff enuff for me ......
     
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