just picked up my new trap gun yesterday. So far I really like it and can’t wait to get it out for some shooting.
I hate to sound nit picky but I have one disappointment. As you all know this gun is not the most expensive and not the least expensive.
I did find some blemishes on it and was wondering what to do? Contact Browning or just live with it.
Again very minor but after shelling outsome cash one would expect better.
I saved my nickels and dimes for what seemed like an eternity and then bought myself a 725, as a Christmas present, when first released.
Took it home to get to know it.
Of course I had to take it apart.
First thing I did was drop the forend on the concrete floor in the basement and knocked a big chip out of it.
A little superglue and shoe polish (after I wiped away the tears) and she was - almost - as good as new.
I get the concern over the blemishes - I went through 5 or 6 boxes to find the prettiest stock they had.
Guys I shoot with have their 15 or 20 thousand dollar Italian and German mistresses however my little Browning can do anything they can do - as long as my brain stays in the right place.
You are gonna love that gun.