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I'm a fan of the ubiquitous Remington 870 and Mossberg 500/590 pump shotguns... and have always admired the Ithaca Model 37 pump shotguns... :)

But do we have any fans of the Browning BPS pump shotgun in the house here??? :cool:
 

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One nice thing I've noticed about Browning's BPS is that the "controls"... tang safety and slide release tab/button are located and work the same as on Mossberg's 500/590/590A1 pump shotguns!
 
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I had one for about 15 years...great shotgun and very reliable. Had to sell it to upgrade to a cetori.
Browning's Citori ain't a shabby shotgun at all...!!! :101010::101010::101010:
 

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When I lived in Washington state they had one at a pawn shop that shot 3.5 shells. I didn’t want it but my brother did. He still uses it ten years later for duck hunting. He loves it.
 

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Shot one a few times. Nice shotguns but I'm a Auto5 man.
 

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Had one one time. There was a guy wanting to trade a lmt def2k for a bps. So I took that trade ....hehe
 

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I may or may not have owned a couple of Browning BPS shotguns... I'll have to check on that. I'm fairly sure those dastard Rez catfish have 'em now, however!!!
 
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Top Dollar has had a nice one sitting on the rack for several months. I'll get the price and info on it next time I'm over there. I think it was marked $350 or $399.
 
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