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

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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.

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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

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Jay
 

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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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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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