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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.

Thanks.
Mike
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Mike, From an old A5 lover to another,I have two Cynergy`s and few Citori`s. Both are good guns but have totally different handeling. The Citori is a tall reciever, the Cynergy is a low profile reciever and IMHO is a much more responsive handeling gun. Get as much adjustability as you can, it`s not that hard to get them set up to fit you. Try both if you can and get what feels best to you.
 

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Triggers on both of my Cynergys are at least equal to or better than on my Citoris. Seat of the pants lock time is quicker than my BT Plus. Regardless of what you buy the triggers could probably use some work. Citoris have been for sale for about 28 years so I would think there would be more of them around. See what you started here Mike :)
 
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