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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.

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LA:

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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LA:

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

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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.
 

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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.
 

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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
 

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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..
 

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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
 
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