The Citori Action components are machined to exacting tolerances, heat-treated for greater strength and fitted using the traditional lampblack-and-file method to ensure the precise fit of critical components prior to being assembled to the action. It is this extreme level of craftsmanship that leads to the dependable function, impeccable looks, championship performance and respect from both Citori owners and the competition alike. Hammers are powered by powerful coil type mainsprings for positive primer ignition. The convenient barrel selector allows the shooter to choose which barrel fires on the first pull of the single trigger, and the second pull fires the remaining barrel. Ejectors are activated by a sharp hammer blow for more positive ejection. The automatic ejectors eject fired shells when the breech is opened and elevate unfired shells for easy removal. The Citori utilizes a transverse-mounted, full width tapered locking bolt. The tapered locking bolt engages a full width tapered recess in the rear barrel lugs. The taper allows the bolt to seat deeper over the years. The hinge pin extends from one side of the receiver to the other for maximum strength. It's the reason people say a Citori wears in, not out. All Citori shotguns feature chrome-plated chambers that resist the toll thousands of shells can take on lesser quality guns. Corrosion resistance is also greatly improved.The term "left in the white", or simply "white" has been used for decades describing the color of shotgun and rifle parts. "In the white" means that firearm parts were not blued or color case hardened or colored in any way, but left in the natural, polished color of the metal, such as steel. Often times, the bolt, top lever, slide, ejectors and other parts are left in the natural color of the metal, providing a luxurious contrast to the rest of the shotgun. In this way, the Browning's Citori White Lightning receiver and action offer a fine choice as opposed to "blued" over unders. But don't be afraid that the steel receiver is unprotected: the natural color steel receiver and trigger guard are protected from corrosion by a durable coating process called a "nitrided" finish, offering similar protection to bluing. Just with a uniquely elegant and attractive look.
|Receiver Description||Silver Nitride Steel|
|Stock Description||Grade II Gloss/Grade III Walnut|
|Barrel Description||Vent Rib|
|Barrel Length Range||26.00" to 27.99"|
|Weight Range||7.00 lbs to 8.99 lbs|
|Stock Finish Group||Wood|
|Metal Finish Group||Blued/Black|
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