Browning Citori 625 Sporting

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$3,519.00

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Receiver - Steel • Silver nitride finish • High-relief engraving with gold embellishment
Barrel - Ventilated top and side rib • Tapered, floating top rib • Ported
Action - Single selective trigger • Hammer ejectors • Top-tang barrel selector/safety
Stock - Gloss oil finish Grade III/IV walnut stock with close radius pistol grip • Schnabel forearm
Features - Vector Pro™ lengthened forcing cones on 12 and 20 • Five Diamond Grade extended Invector-Plus™ choke tubes on 12 and 20 • Standard Invector™ on 28 and .410 • Sporting recoil pad • Triple Trigger™ System • HiViz® Pro-Comp fiber-optic sight
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Browning Citori 625 Sporting

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When you uncase this sporting/target gun at the range, its beauty and magnetism will draw crowds. The Citori 625 Sporting is born to shoot clay birds and look good doing so. It's high-relief engraving and gold embellishments adorn both sides and bottom of the receiver. With its tapered, floating top rib, ported barrels, five Diamond Grade extended Invector-Plus choke tubes, this gun is going to increase your scores. It has a right-hand palm swell which is a raised area on the right side of the stock, which comfortably fills in your palm. It helps with swing control, follow-through and recoil. The gloss oil finish on the Grade III/IV walnut stock sets this shotgun apart from other sporting guns.

Additional Information

Gun Type Shotgun
Action Over & Under
Manufacturer Browning
Finish Blue
Capacity 2
Caliber 12 Gauge

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  1. Great gun for the price Review by Shaine R
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    I have shot over 5000 rounds and never a problem. I shoot ATA Trap / skeet / sporting clays, this gun dose it all for me. A great gun if your looking for one gun that dose it all. I also have an adjustable comb on it. I shoot in the mid 90's when I shoot trap with this gun an would recommend it to anyone. Never had a rust problem on my gun so I'm not sure how the other guys are looking after there's. Also the diamond grade chokes pattern very nice, I love the IM choke fore trap. (Posted on 5/26/13)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Ergonomical, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable, Easy to Use


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  2. Got lucky the first time I assembled it. Dissassembled to set extractors that dont set right and no more luck on assembly. Review by David Swan
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    Taking to Browning service center where Ill be lucky to spend only $400 to have them jerry-rig whatever defect the gun has and give back to me. This thing should have never left the factory. They have no final QC dept. First and last Browning for me. (Posted on 3/28/13)

    Cons: Expensive, Pricey

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Never!

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  3. accurate ease of use Review by Michael Tinnel
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    I shoot 250+ shots a week. Accurate doesn't beat me up and no barrel rise on my doubles. I realize it is a low entry level gun in skeet trap and wobble trap but my resources are low. I am just having fun! Areat gun for me



    (Posted on 7/10/12)

    Pros: Accurate, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Ergonomical, Reliable, Easy to Use
    Cons: Hard to clean

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  4. Love my 625 Review by Jake Whipple
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    the best o/u shotgun that i have shot. I shoot a lot of sporting clays and tap and it has improved my score a lot. Before i was shooting a Beretta 391 sporting with a after market stock. I loved that gun but i out grew the stock and instead of buying a new stock i just bought a new gun. I am 6' 4" so i went with the 32 inch tubes. It swings amazing and fits me like a glove. I find myself shooting a lot quicker with this gun than the last one. With the Beretta i was shooting 60-65 in sporting clays since i got the new one i have been shooting above 90. I shot my first 100 straight in trap recently with it too. But i would worn you if you are planning on shooting birds with it the sporting model is only chambered in 2 2/4 inch. but im confident that you will shoot a 625 so well that you wont need 3 inch loads (Posted on 3/27/12)

    Pros: Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Fits very nicely in my hand


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  5. Best sporting clay gun under $10,000 Review by Will
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    The 625 is amazing! My score improved 10% the first time I shot it. Easy to follow thru, accurate as a laser, and looks good doing it! It absorbs recoil very well and 200+ days are a breeze. Only complaint is that the receiver rusts easily and has to be oiled every use. I'm thinking about having the receiver color cased to solve the problem. (Posted on 2/21/12)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, High capacity, Simple Design, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Ergonomical, Lightweight, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable, Easy to Use


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  6. A lot of gun for the money, very reliable. Review by Bruce
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    I own both a 525 and 625 sporting shotguns and would recommend both models. I use the 625 as my primary gun for continental trap and sporting clays as well as handicap. But, both guns shoot pretty much the same point of impact. There is less felt recoil with the 625 and that is why I prefer it to the 525. (Posted on 2/6/12)

    Pros: Accurate, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Ergonomical, Reliable


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  7. Great gun for shooting trap and skeet. Review by Mike Hunt
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    Just started shooting trap seven months ago and this is my first trap gun. I'm happy with my scores and the gun performs well. (Posted on 2/4/12)

    Pros: Accurate, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable
    Cons: Weight

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  8. Great Gun and Value! Review by Clay Buster
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    I shot a bunch of guns before I purchased the Citori 625 and it was by far the most comfortable fit. The tight radius pistol grip with palm swell, while different, it the most secure grip I have ever used, and I will never go back to a less refined grip. (My English stocked 20 gauge is like mounting a broom handle by comparison. It might look more traditional, but it is a poor design.) I have let a couple of guys shoot my 625 for a few hundred clays and one guy with 30 years of experience, bought his own two weeks later. My 32" is a steady swinger and my son's 30" feels about the same, perhaps a little faster. Both eat-up recoil and make a 250 clay day a breeze. Highly recommend. (Posted on 11/10/11)

    Pros: Accurate, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Ergonomical, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  9. My primary sporting clays gun Review by Chris
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    I've shot 4500 rounds through this gun so far this year with no problems. Extra Diamond grade chokes are a bit pricey. I have the 32" model so it is a bit heavy, but that also helps absorb recoil. I am also not carrying it around in the field all day so it is not an issue for me. The only thing I find I don't care for is the stock finish. The satin finish just isn't that durable (soft) and it is wearing thin in a few places from normal use. The silver nitride receiver doen'st resist rust at all and will rust over night. I found that out the hard way, but was able to remove in the morning before any damage was done. Barrel threads for the choke are a little funky in my bottom barrel. LIke the tube isn't entering the barrel perfectly straight. I still need to pattern this gun to see if that is a warranty problem. Paid $2700 and shooting 73% with this gun in my first year of sporting clays. (Posted on 9/29/11)

    Pros: Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable, Easy to Use
    Cons: Expensive

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  10. exc. trap gun.....and sporting clays Review by PPRO
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    Have enjoyed the 625 sporting since I purchased it and I would buy it again. swings nicely, barrels and balance are better than the older model.

    Very well put together. (Posted on 2/21/11)

    Pros: Accurate, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Reliable


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  • Fits very nicely in my hand
  • Reliable
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  • Easy to conceal
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