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- Model: 0118023004
Browning® A5 12 Gauge Semi-automatic Shotgun.
This isn't your grandpa's Auto-5. Although the humpback receiver profile might be a blast from the past, the Browning® A5 is sure to become a classic in its own right. The foundation of the A5 is its Kinematic DriveTM recoil-operated action that's so reliable Browning backs it with a 5 year / 100,000-round guarantee.
The strong, lightweight aluminum alloy receiver helps reduce the weight, and the Dura-Touch® Armor Coating on the Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity® composite stock delivers all-weather durability. With plenty of other premium features, the Browning A5 Stalker is your new go-to auto-loading Shotgun, come hell or high water.
Browning A5 Semi-automatic Shotgun special features:
- Dura-Touch Armor Coating ensures all-weather reliability
- Lightweight steel barrel with flat, ventilated top rib
- Recoil-operated Kinematic Drive system harnesses recoil energy and converts it into the mechanical motion needed to operate the action
- Vector ProTM lengthened forcing cone
- Speed Load Plus makes emptying the magazine fast and easy
- Stock is shim-adjustable for length of pull, cast and drop (includes one 0.25" spacer and one 0.5" spacer)
- Humpback Acquisition Advantage: Receiver melds seamlessly with the rib to extend the sight plane, aiding in sight acquisition
- Inflex II Technology recoil pad
- 1.75" drop at comb / 2" drop at heel
- Includes Invector-DS choke tube set (Full, Modified, Improved Cylinder).
- Gauge: 12
- Action: Semi-automatic
- Capacity: 4
- Barrel length: 28"
- Barrel finish: Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity
- Stock: Composite Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity with Dura-Touch Armor Coating,
- Length of pull: 14.25"
- Chamber: 3"
- Receiver material: Aluminum alloy, Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity finish
- Sights: Mid bead, fiber optic front
- Overall length: 49.625"
- Overall weight: 7.4 lbs.
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