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Firearm Infobox
Name, Image, type, origin
Name Browning Citori
Image 300px
Browning Citori 525
Type double-barreled shotgun
Place of origin Japan
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Manufacturer Miroku Corporation
Produced 1973 - present
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Barrel length 26, 28, 30, or 32 inches
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Caliber 12, 16, 20, or 28 gauge or .410 bore
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The Browning Citori is a double-barreled shotgun of the "over and under" type, with one barrel above the other. It is made in a variety of styles and calibers. The Citori is popular with enthusiasts of clay target games such as trap and skeet, and also with upland bird hunters.

The Citori is marketed and distributed by the Browning Arms Company. It is manufactured for Browning by the Miroku Corporation in Nangoku, Japan.

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