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WTB Browning Citori Sporting Clays Wood

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Eric Mirosavich, Feb 27, 2009.

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  1. Eric Mirosavich

    Eric Mirosavich Member

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    Guys, I just purchased a 1994 Browning Citori Lightning Sporting Golden Clays. I do not like the design of the rounded forend and round knob stock. I want to purchase a sporting dimension set of wood.

    Maybe wood from a XS, 425, 525 etc. Needs to be high grade. Schnaubel forend and Rt hand palm swell.


    Thanks

    Eric
     
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    Really interested in a XS or 425 Sporting stock.
     
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    Hi Eric,

    In your original post above, you mention the 525 --- the stocks from them will not fit on your Lightning Sporting Clays (or any of the older Citori models). Browning changed the shape of the rear of the receiver on the 525's and, compared to previous models, the back end of the receiver continues futher rearward; which allowed Browning to change the grip angle, etc on them.
     
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