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I swear, I think she hides some of that stuff just because I tease her about her shoes. Through all the craziness of getting out into the field, there is one thing you can always count on – something is going to go wrong.
When you finally get everything around and get out to the field, you can take a breath and relax. Do you just pack in and go back home, or do you deal with it? Last year I passed up my annual Louisiana waterfowl hunt to join Beretta and Sako on an epic journey to Finland and Russia.
The exclusive new Fire Lite Mechanical Trigger is a big part of the Citori 725's performance package.
Unlike an inertia trigger, Fire Lite does not rely on recoil to set the next shot, instead, you get immediate second shot capability. The next generation of the most recoil absorbing pad available.
The new 725 receiver is significantly lower than other Citori 12 gauge receivers, yet the 725 shares the renowned durability of generations of Citori over and unders with the same rugged full-width hinge pin and tapered locking bolt design.
With a 725, you get the "one with the gun" feeling you want, with the long lasting durability you expect from a Browning over and under.
Proper shotgun shooting is a game of repetition – the more you shoot, the more often you will shoot well.
Since 1526, working at Beretta has meant sharing a passion for what we do, being committed to quality and helping maintain the company on the cutting edge of technology, quality and progress.
At Beretta we pride ourselves in offering a professional, challenging and exciting work environment where each employee has plenty of opportunities to make a difference and grow with the company.
Like the original Citori, the 725 is engineered to wear in, not out.
There are a lot of options out there for rifles—and you want to invest in the right one for you. But if you only have these essential items, at least you'll be off to a good start. In his lifetime John Moses Browning designed a number of pump action shotguns.