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I recently purchased a Browning 425 Citori grade I 12 ga. with 30'' barrels, 2 3/4 chamber, invector plus chokes, 98% condition. The serial number ends with MM131. I know from a previous thread that the "MM" is the year of manufacture and the 131 denotes "Citori". What I would like to know is what this model is called i.e. "Special Sporting" etc. and it's value. Also the recoil pad has been changed and I was wondering what the correct factory pad looked like/part #. Thank You
 
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I forgot to add that the barrels are ported and that "special steel" is engraved on the side. Thanks
 

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MODEL 425 SPORTING CLAYS GRADE I
- 12 or 20 ga., 28, 30, or 32 (disc. 2000 - 12 ga. only, adj. comb) in. 10mm VR barrels with Invector Plus choking, 12 ga. has ported barrels, with or without adj. comb (disc. 2000), European styling featuring checkered walnut stock and Schnabel forearm, mono-bloc action with greyed nitrous finished receiver, top tang safety, SST, ejectors, solid pad, approx. 6¾ - 8 lbs. Mfg. 1995-2001.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10%
$1,665 $1,150 $935 $825 $725 $625 $525

Last MSR was $2,006.

you'll need to contact Browning on the pad......
 
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