Browning Citori

The Browning Citori is a double-barreled shotgun of the "over and under" type, with one barrel "stacked" above the other; sometimes referred to as a "stacked-barrel" model.

The Citori, a design variation of the highly successful John Moses Browning-designed Browning Superposed shotgun introduced in 1931, is manufactured in a wide variety of models, styles, and gauges to accommodate enthusiasts of clay target games such as trap, skeet, and sporting clays, and also upland bird and waterfowl hunting.

The Citori is marketed and distributed by the Browning Arms Company in Morgan, Utah. It is manufactured for Browning by the Miroku Corporation in Nangoku, Japan.

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Browning Citori - Features
... Browning Citoris come in all of the popular shotgun shell gauges, and are made in an over-under "stacked" barrel configuration with forends and ... Newer Citori internal barrels are chrome-lined for added surface strength ... Citori actions are made with internal hammers and coil springs and all Citori models have shell ejectors, which expel spent empty shells when the breech is opened by pressing aside the top ...
Cynergy Shotgun - History of The Design
... Browning in 1928 and finished for production using a single trigger with barrel selector by his son Val Browning by 1939 ... The basic design was taken to Browning's partner, the Miroku Company in Japan, and in 1971 the Citori over and under went into production ... From that point the Citori took the place of the Superposed as the primary Browning over and under shotgun ...

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