Browning Silver Rifled Deer Stalker Shotgun
Item # 417239
Our Price $1,279.99
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Product DescriptionThe Browning name is synonymous with no nonsense, high performance shotguns with the highest level of fit, finish and handling. Available in a choice of satin walnut, black synthetic or Mossy Oak New Break Up, the Silver Rifled Deer autoloading gas operated shotgun features a cantilever scope mount, aluminum alloy semi humpback receiver design, a 3" chamber with an active valve that reliably cycles a wide range of loads and a rifled deer barrel with a 1-in-28" twist.
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Q:Just wondering if you can shoot 00 buck shot and turkery loads with a rifled barrel?Asked on 3/14/2010 by swifty from Lynchburg,Va.
A:It's not a good idea to shoot any type of shot loads with a rifled barrel. It is recomended that you only shoot slugs through a rifled barrel. Firing shot loads through a rifled barrel may damage the rifling.Answered on 4/13/2011 by John from Syracuse, NY
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