Got my sight set on an older Belgium Citori, and was wondering if they all have automatic ejectors. The particular gun I'm looking at is a 30" with briley chokes.
Wow, nice looking Citori. Yeah they do swing nice don't they? How do you like the 30" barrels vs. 28"?My '57 Belgium made has ejectors. She is a little rough outside but tight and has great 30" bbls and bores, no removable chokes but it's the first 12g I have enen had a chance on doubles with. Just don't do this enough so I'm letting her go this month I think. I'll still have my 1942 Winchester 1897.
That is impressive.then you probably have a lot of life left in your shotgun. most citori's if properly lubed and cleaned will go in excess of 200,000rnds before the locking lug needs to be rebuilt.
Nice, I have a 311 in 20 ga. that is just a great upland bird gun. Because it's light and well balanced, I most enjoy shooting fast flying dove with it. Lke your Browning BSS, it swings fast and has a great range with the full and modified barrel combination. This upcoming dove season should be a hoot, we're getting invaded by "Eurasian dove" from South America/Mexico, and there is no limit on them. The things are huge, the size of pigeons. I guess they are in competition with our local home grown dove, so we can shoot as many of them as we want during the season. As big as they are, they should eat like a turkey. DI2Mentioning side by sides, I had the pleasue of carring a Browning BSS in 20ga on a fine Geogia quail hunt a few years back. They are fast swingin little dudes.