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Old 06-27-2020, 06:40 PM   #1
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Hi Guys,

I'm in the market for a new 20 gauge O/U, 28in barrel, which will primarily be used for dove hunting. I'm partial and a bit biased to Browning, as I've had good experience/luck with them, and my first 12ga shotgun I ever owned, and still use, is Browning.

With that said I've been trying to decide between their Lightning vs 725 Field vs Cynergy models. Browning gives good details on their website, but I was hoping to hear from anyone who has had actual experience with those guns, and can help describe the differences in laymen terms? Besides Cynergy being a bit cheaper than the other two, the choke systems, and some design differences, what am I missing?

Also, both Lighting & 725 come in a 'feather' option - besides the almost pound in weight loss, what is the trade-off with going with a feather vs the standard?

Thanks, and much appreciated!
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Old 06-28-2020, 07:44 AM   #2
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We can talk all day about our likes and dislikes on the different guns, but in the end it's up to you. I have shot all 3 and favor the 725, but that's just me. Go for the fit ,feel, and comfort of handling all 3. Browning makes a fine gun so no worries there. When you get it come back and let the forum know. There is a world of knowledge and good people to talk with.
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