The designation 'Superposed' only refers to John M. Brownings original design. Browning then contracted with FN for manufacture. The design is purely American and for American shooters, hence the developement of the single trigger and barrel lenghts in inches. The Liege was an attempt at an economy version of the Superposed and was eventually referred to as the B26. The Superposed is now called the B25. Therefore the Liege is not a true Superposed to me. There are also B125's finished in Belgium but from outsourced parts including Japan. They would not be considered true Superposed shotguns. The citori is a different design, manufactured for Browning in Japan. It is not a Superposed. In short to be a Superposed it needs to be the orginal design, parts made and assembled in Belgium, and have the Browning name on the gun. Source "The Browning Superposed' by Ned Schwing.2AtLowhouse8 said:Could someone please explain what a "superposed" Browning is as compared to a "regular" Browning O/U ?