The Browning B725 Pro Trap, one of the best shotguns in the shooting industry, got its first Gold Medal in a World Competition!
Excellence can be reached only by hard work, and perfection can be touched only if we always question our strong and weak points. Perfection is a process, not a state.
Sounds really like the philosophy that guides the GUNSweek.com team! And our competitor friends know this… But no: the statement comes from the Browning team, which applies this philosophy in its daily job. Since many years…
The worldwide success of the Browning B725 Pro Trap can be explained easily:
- Triple Trigger System: this system allows you to tune the trigger according to your needs.
- Barrel weight and stock balance: you can adapt the barrel weight with tungsten plates. The stock can also be tuned adding weights in order to allow the shooter to find the perfect balance.
- Eight Invector DS, from Cylinder to Extra Full.
These features are added to the elements making the success of the Browning B725, the grand-son of the legendary Browning B25:
- Low Profile Action Frame: less muzzle jump and improved recoil control. This low profile action frame also gives you the feeling that the gun is an extension of your body.
- Full-Width Hinge Pin: the Browning B725 Pro Trap full-width hinge pin provides maximum strength and long-lasting endurance.
- Interchangeable recoil pads of 15 and 25mm.
- Back-Bored Barrels: enlarges the bore to the maximum diameter to increase shot velocity, minimize pellet deformity for more uniform patterns and reduce felt recoil.
- Fire Lite Mechanical Trigger: unlike an inertia trigger, Fire Lite does not rely on recoil to set the next shot; instead it offers immediate seconds shot capability.
This year, Browning is also launching the Browning B725 Pro Trap Adjustable. The cheek piece is fully adjustable and, as on the Pro Trap, you can modify and adjust the balance and all the parameters as on all the Browning Pro Trap.
Sure, Browning is not the only commercial gun maker in the sport shooting market. But for sure, they know how to implement perfection in the Industrial process.
Almost like us at GUNSweek.com (Ooops! Sorry!)
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