BROWNING 325.28"M/C Reviews

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“Having has a Browning525 which is a great gun i bought...”

Written on: 12/01/2011 by Cempa Steve (1 review written)

Having has a Browning525 which is a great gun i bought a grade 5 325 which happens to 23 years old and my shooting improved straight away,It just fits and feels so nice, not to mention how pretty the gun looks,I just cant see myself parting with this one, if you have the choice to buy one do it you wont be dissapointed… Read Full Review

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“Hi. I have had my 325 for over 3 year now. The gun is...”

Written on: 24/11/2010

Hi. I have had my 325 for over 3 year now. The gun is by far the nicest I have shot and feels just right every pull of the trigger. Not to heavy or to light and feels tight. Although its 20 year old and the cheapest gun I have it is the one that always comes out the cabinet first. For some reason the second hand ones I have seen in dealers are always in great condition. I think when you get a gun like this it really is worth looking after as they hold their value very well. GET ONE!… Read Full Review

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Written on: 05/07/2010


I have recently bought a Browning 325 and am really thrilled with it.Although nearly twenty years old, it still feel tight and is in exceptional condition.It is well balanced and very easy to mount and use.I notice this week some other guys using the same model of gun at the weekend "shoot" so cant be bad if they still like it too after all this time...It cost a bit more than I was going to pay for my first gun, but i think it will be a good long term investment in my shooting...overal very… Read Full Review

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“For the last year I've had tuition using the Browning...”

Written on: 25/06/2008

For the last year I've had tuition using the Browning 525 and was impressed, so I asked around for some advice( based on the budget I had) and most of the opinions where to go for a used 325 in good condition. Took delivery 2 months ago and haven't been disappointed. Worth the money… Read Full Review

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“Great old gun, very well made. Hi Just purchased a...”

Written on: 16/05/2008

Great old gun, very well made. Hi Just purchased a Browning 325 S MC O/U 30" barrels with teaque chokes, quite old but in great condition, hence the cost of £800 paid May 2008. But apart from 2 minor little scratches, nice stock and in really good condition, handle and shoots great… Read Full Review

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“Different league from Lanber. Feels solid. I think I...”

Written on: 05/09/2007 by tioramshug (1 review written)

Different league from Lanber. Feels solid. I think I will stick with it for a long time… Read Full Review

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Sharpshooter0220's Response to tioramshug's Review

Written on: 25/01/2008

Funny you say about cleaning it LOL <br/>My dad has had his for 15 years now and there prone to rust as long as you look after it and clean it as soon as you use it it will be fine. I nearly bought a 325 30" grade 6 and we couldnt work out these marks down the barrels. We though it was just plastic from all the shells its fired but the barrels were pitted. This is a £2K gun and i didnt want to pay lots for it if it had pitted barrels so the bloke sold it for £800 and he was lucky to get that. So if u look after it it will last you for ever. my dads still looks as if its came out of the factorie and the barrels are gleaming. And another point is Browning usally use poor wood on the stock.<br/><br/>frm <br/><br/>sharpshooter0220

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“I bought my 325 new some 12 years ago, the only...”

Written on: 22/03/2006 by super shot (2 reviews written)

I bought my 325 new some 12 years ago, the only trouble it has ever given me is a broken firing pin. I paid around £850 I see they are on the second hand market around £725, not bad after 12 years. Nice all round good gun… Read Full Review

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