How big is the magazine on a Browning Hunter?

How big is the magazine on a Browning Hunter?

The subject of this article is the Gold Hunter model in 12 gauge. It has a three inch chamber and a 26 inch vent-rib barrel with three screw-in choke tubes. It uses Browning s Invector Plus tubes, which are longer than most on the market. It has a magazine capacity of four 2 inch shells or three 3 inch shells, plus one in the chamber.

How does the Browning Gold Hunter shotgun work?

With the bolt locked rearward, as it does when empty, inserting a shell into the magazine tube sends it immediately to the chamber, making the Gold ready to fire instantly, without pressing any buttons. This is a worthwhile feature when the shooting is fast, as over an active dove field.

What kind of shells are in the Browning Gold Hunter?

The target models are chambered for 2 ¾ inch shells, while the field models are chambered in three or three and one-half inch versions. The Gold is offered with both wood and synthetic stocks, in a variety of finishes from bright blue to camouflage.

Is there a problem with a Browning 3-1 / 2 ″?

If you can borrow another 3-1/2″ Gold and work the two side by side, you can often spot a problem. Browning has pretty good service, better than Beretta, Benelli or Remington, but sending it back will always take a looong time and is never a guarantee that they will catch the problem.

What makes the Browning Gold Hunter so good?

Just load and shoot. The Gold Hunter is very easy on the shoulder. The gas system and recoil pad do a great job of softening the punch, allowing the shooter to fire a couple of hundred shells without discomfort. A great little feature that is exclusive to the Browning Gold is the speed-load.

When did the Browning gold model shotgun come out?

Browning introduced their Gold model shotgun in 1995, so it has been with us for a few years now. Browning makes numerous variations of the Gold, from dedicated target guns to field models, in 20, 12, and even the 10 gauge.

Who is the owner of the Browning company?

The Browning Arms Company is currently a fully owned subsidiary of Belgian firearms manufacturer FN Herstal and is known for their sporting arms like the A5 and BPS shotguns, the BAR (Browning Automatic Rifle) and the A-Bolt and X-Bolt bolt action centerfire rifles.

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