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Browning Maxus Sporting Shotgun

Key Features

  • HiViz Pro-Comp Fiber-Optic Front Sight

  • Durable Satin Nickel Finish

  • Flat, Ventilated Rib

  • Two " Stock Spacers

Our Price   $1,699.99
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  • You must be at least 18 years old to purchase this item. State and local laws may vary.
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ItemModelGaugeChamberBarrel LengthWeightFinish: Stock & ForearmFinish: Barrel & ReceiverChokePriceQty
722620Maxus Sporting12 ga.2-3/4" & 3"30"7 Lbs. 4 ozWalnutBlued/SilverScrew-In F/IM/M/IC/Sk $1,699.99
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722621Maxus Sporting12 ga.2-3/4" & 3"28"7 Lbs. 3 ozWalnutBlued/SilverScrew-In F/IM/M/IC/Sk $1,699.99
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Product Description
browning Standing out on the gun rack is the new Browning Maxus Sporting. This new model is sure to catch the eye, with its laser engraving of game birds transforming into clay birds. Quail are on the right side, and a mallard duck on the left. But the new gun is not just for show. On the inside, the Maxus Sporting is gas-operated with a 3" chamber, so here is a gun you can take to the field as well. The Power Drive Gas System reduces recoil and cycles a wide array of loads. It's available in a 28" or 30" barrel length. The high grade Walnut stock and forearm are generously checkered, finished with a deep, high gloss. The stock is adjustable and one 1/4" stock spacer is included. For picking up either clay or live birds quickly, the HiViz Tri-Comp fiber-optic front sight with mid-bead ivory sight does a great job, gathering light on the most overcast days.