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Old 10-27-2012, 02:27 PM   #1
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I have an a questions about browning over undershot guns. I have been looking around at O/u Brownings and only see citori I never see cynergy and was just wondering why? Every gun store in my area carries citori but they cannot get cynergy. Any ideas on this?
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Old 10-27-2012, 05:18 PM   #2
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Not sure... Citoris are VERY nice shotguns, and will run you a pretty penny. While Cynergy isn't as expensive it's not cheap either. Maybe the thought is that it would be somewhat redundant. I'm not sure.

Edit: I confused Citori & Cynergy, disregard this post.
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Not sure... Citoris are VERY nice shotguns, and will run you a pretty penny. While Cynergy isn't as expensive it's not cheap either. Maybe the thought is that it would be somewhat redundant. I'm not sure.
That does not make sense to me the citori starts at 1600.00 and the cynergy starts at 2600.00. Also from the research I have done the cynergy has more modern technology. I wonder if browning just does not manufacture as many of the cynergy line?
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That does not make sense to me the citori starts at 1600.00 and the cynergy starts at 2600.00. Also from the research I have done the cynergy has more modern technology. I wonder if browning just does not manufacture as many of the cynergy line?
Sorry, I got them mixed up. Im an unsure why they do that, it seems maybe more people buy the Citoris. Maybe more people know Citori as Brownings O/U because its been around longer.
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Uhhhhh.......$1600 is not pricey for a quality O/U.
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Uhhhhh.......$1600 is not pricey for a quality O/U.
Yes you're right, in the field of O/Us. $1600 is just a very big chunk of change to me.
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