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Browning Cynergy or Citori for Trap

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I have been shooting Trap with an old Browning A5 and love it! I need to purchase a true trap gun though and would like to stay in the Browning family. I poked around Browning's website and it looks like it woudl come down to a Citori or Cynergy. any thoughts? I'd like to purchase a trap gun that would maintain its quality for decades (the A5 I have dates to the '40s).

Any considerations (barrel length, adjustable comb, etc).
One of my concerns though is that I woudl spend more time trying to "dial in" a shotgun with a number of options or movign pieces compared to one that was more or less ready to go out of the box.

Any feedback would be appreciated.

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Mike I have a Citori Trap Special and like them a lot. Mine has a 30 inch barrel--ported w/adjustable stock. The trap guns have a higher rib which is necessary for cooling on a hot trap day of shooting. The low ribs of field guns heat up and the heat waves off the barrel is not good for looking at targets.

I have all the original browning choke tubes and i purchased some extended c-tubes in diferent chokes and some regular c-tubes to cover most shooting conditions. Sporting Clays--Doubles, ect. The extended c-tubes make a 32 or 34 inch barell.

The Citori is basically non adjustable which is good for me. Hope this helps. Steve
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