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 Post subject: Re: High volume shooter gun question
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 8:44 pm 
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A whole lot less than the Perazzi that replaced it! The gun served us well for 3 years and is now in the hands of a fine young lady who'll run it for several more. For the money, there isn't a better OU, especially if you can get it to fit. Our issue was we cut it to fit a kid that ended up growing nearly 10" in 2 years (5 shoe sizes in 6 months) and it was well undersized at the end. Eventually I'll probably get a new 725 and put the custom stock on it.



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 Post subject: Re: High volume shooter gun question
PostPosted: Thu Mar 08, 2018 3:58 pm 
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I have a 625 with over 200,000 rounds thru it. About every 75,000 I send it in to Art's Gun Shop in Missouri and for $350 it comes back mechanically brand new. For about 1,000 they will also rebuild it, reblue it, and refinish the stock and it really does come back working AND looking like it is brand new.

Citoris can be easily rebuilt almost indefinitely.


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 Post subject: Re: High volume shooter gun question
PostPosted: Thu Mar 08, 2018 4:04 pm 
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Browning Citoris (425s and 525s) are the most common gun in UK shooting schools. There two reasons for that: they fit the majority of shooters relatively well without alterations and they last forever.


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 Post subject: Re: High volume shooter gun question
PostPosted: Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:48 am 
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My Citori 725 Left-Handed High Rib Sporting is about 9 months old, with 3,500 rounds and no issues other than the stock screw loosening up a bit, which I fixed easily. I've asked friends, and have been told to have it inspected and have the firing pins replaced at about 5,000 rounds or once a year.


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