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Click the link to see what the new Grade 4 AR looks like. The nicely engraved receiver is smoke-gray and the wood on the one I handled was gorgeous.

It seems a little silly to have an adjustable rib without an adjustable comb, but the beads stacked nicely for me. I'd rather have a quality after-market adjustable comb than factory Browning anyway.

-Gary

PS: Despite Monsoor's "exclusive" claim, Sporstsman's Den in Ohio has the same gun for less and they have the plain AR for less too.
 

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You're right about that Gary,..much rather have someone do a top-notch aftermarket comb job on a piece of wood so pretty
 

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There's nothing new about that gun its exactly the same as the BT99plus I bought new in 1991 minus the adjustable comb and recoil system. The "new" one is just a little bit prettier.
 

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Great to see the Plus Guns being reintroduced, some what. I wonder if these will be the great value that the originals were. I still remember the Plus Guns being clearanced at the 1994 Grand. Guys were walking around with arm fulls of them. Hopefully, they will add the same rib to the Citori.
 

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It's the smoke-gray receiver look, the high-end wood and the engraving that's new. Good for those who want to have something a little different in the gun rack without breaking the bank. Browning continues to offer some of the best values in new shotguns. Speaking of which, the 725 Citori is a stunning value at $2799.

-Gary
 

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Wow Riggs, had some disappointment with Browning? What trap guns have they done that with?
 

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OK, then what about the plain one for $1959? Name another proven, adjustable rib shotgun you can buy new for under 2 grand.

God Bless Browning.

-Gary
 
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