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Old 06-19-2020, 09:57 AM   #1
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I'm buying the Guns Unlimited Citori Special Sporting

I've thought about it a lot and I'm buying the Guns Unlimited Citori Special Sporting w/Adjustable Rib. It's a good valueI with the adjustable rib, adjustable comb, and the Gracoil recoil reducer system, and I'm still getting a reasonable price.

I've tried both Browning barrel lengths in 30" or 32" and they both seem fine to me. I'm having a hard time choosing between the 30" or 32" barrel length. I'm shooting about 60% sporting clay and 40% trap.

Any suggestions on which barrel lengths to pick? 30" or 32"
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Old 06-19-2020, 11:32 AM   #2
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Unless you are really short, most folks seem to prefer the 32" for smoother swing dynamics (I know I do).

IF you change your mind down the road or want to upgrade, 32s are easier to find a buyer for
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Unless you are really short, most folks seem to prefer the 32" for smoother swing dynamics (I know I do).

IF you change your mind down the road or want to upgrade, 32s are easier to find a buyer for
Me too. My 725 is the 32" version and I wouldn't consider the 30" model.
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32" you will love it
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Old 06-25-2020, 09:19 PM   #5
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I have a 725 trap with adjustable comb. I have 32” barrels. I have a tough time imagining anything that moves nicer. I don’t believe browning sells barrels separately for the guns so if you decide wrong, I think the only answer is a used barrel and a gunsmith that’s will fit it.

Things may have changed since I bought mine, but a quick call to browning is worth a fact check . I’d think you could probably find a guy with a 32” 725 that will let you shoot it . You’d be surprised. I’ll let anyone try mine if they ask . Unless they are just giving a really bad knuckle dragger vibe. I’ve had guys that were champions hand me their Krieghoff.. not so much cause I wanted to, but they wanted to share the joy of their experience . It was actually a good thing because while I really liked the K Gun ALOT! I appreciated my 725 even more .

The gun you’re looking at is a phenomenal value. I wish it was available when I bought mine . FWIW, I have shot the Browning sporting clays with the 32” and 30” barrels . They were both nice but the 32 seemed more effortless.. could be cuz that’s what I’m used to.
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