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Old 10-14-2017, 07:32 AM
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Selling my Browning Citori , Gun is in mint (new) condition has only shot 6 rounds through it, 28" barrels, in vector chocks, chambered 3" ,beautiful walnut stock, O or U select at safety. can text pics if interested. 1200. OBO thanks Gary 609-602-0701
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Originally Posted by Shouldbe 28 View Post
Selling my Browning Citori , Gun is in mint (new) condition has only shot 6 rounds through it, 28" barrels, in vector chocks, chambered 3" ,beautiful walnut stock, O or U select at safety. can text pics if interested. 1700. OBO thanks Gary 609-602-0701
There are different models grades of Citori's, might be wise to list more info.
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12 or 20?
Old 10-14-2017, 09:02 AM
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12 ga Field grade
Old 11-20-2017, 06:17 PM
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bump with new price. 1200.
Old 11-22-2017, 04:57 AM
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What year is it? Can you send a pic of the barrel stamped info?
Old 11-22-2017, 11:10 AM
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Purchased in 1992, the only thing stamped on the barrel is chambered 3" and made in Japan
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stamps under stock
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Old 11-23-2017, 06:01 PM
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In selling this gun, length if pull measurement an cast are critical to its value.
Take it to a decent gunshop so they can list out the critical specs-will sell much faster.
Citori is a great gun
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In looking at the gun it is a Lighting Citori in that the round knob, Gr.3 were coin receiver. gr. 6 has the roll engrave with gold. Grand Lighting was a standard receiver with grade 6 wood. Hope this helps with the sell, if it were a 28ga. there would be no question about me getting it... I like the sub gauges
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Originally Posted by toes-up View Post
In looking at the gun it is a Lighting Citori in that the round knob, Gr.3 were coin receiver. gr. 6 has the roll engrave with gold. Grand Lighting was a standard receiver with grade 6 wood. Hope this helps with the sell, if it were a 28ga. there would be no question about me getting it... I like the sub gauges
I have this same gun “CitorI Lightning” field model as stated above. Nice gun for the money, I bought mine back in 92’ as well
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Gun has sold. Enjoy Larry you will be happy with it, its a beautiful gun.
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Thanks. Killed the first bird I shot at with it yesterday. Took a second to find the safety wasn't on the trigger guard. Have to get used to using my thumb.

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