Morgan, UT (AmmoLand.com)- Beginning in 2013, Browning will introduce a new High Grade Program. Each year, two exquisite firearms will be added to the line. These limited editions will include additional engraving, gold accents, high-grade wood and other features that separate them from standard models. Two Citori 725 models are kicking off the program for 2013. They include a Grade III and Grade V, both in 12 gauge with 26” or 28” barrel lengths.
The new Grade III 725 receiver has a silver nitride finish and features high-relief engraving of pheasants on the left and mallards on the right with a dog on the bottom. The stock and forearm feature Grade III/IV walnut with gloss finish and sharp 20 lines-per-inch checkering. Suggested Retail is $3,729.99.
The Grade V 725 High Grade receiver features full coverage, high-relief engraving with gold enhanced pheasants on the left and mallards on the right. The stock and forearm feature Grade V/VI walnut with sharp 22 lines-per-inch checkering. The Grade V also comes with a High Grade Canvas/Crazy Horse Leather gun case. The case has a solid wood frame, canvas covering and features high grade leather on the borders, handles and fastening straps. The liner is made of soft wool and the case has solid brass hinges and combination locks. Suggested Retail $5,599.99.
For more information on Browning products, please visit the website at www.browning.com.