Hey everyone, I've been searching around for a nice O/U 12 ga gun for mostly skeet with a bit of dove/quail/goose/pheasant/chucker and duck thrown in. I found one locally yesterday on Armslist for $900. It's a Browning Citori made in 1987. It has 3" chambers, a 28" barrel, invector chokes, and looks completely unfired in perfect shape. I literally cannot find a mark on the gun. The wood and bluing are both perfect. It came with the original 25 year old cardboard box and chokes. The only things missing were the instruction manual and the choke wrench. I feel like I got a very good deal for the price I paid. What do you guys think of her? This gun surely won't remain in un-fired shape for long The Citori is a direct descendant and is very similar (the Citori has removable chokes) to the Browning Superposed; the last great design of John Moses Browning. All the Citori guns are hand built and fitted. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!