Browning's Cynergy CX Composite: An All-Around Winner

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posted on January 21, 2016
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One of the most heartening aspects of the 2016 SHOT Show is realizing just how many firearms manufacturers "get it" when it comes to understanding the needs of today's family. This was particularly evident at the Browning display today when our friends at the venerable firearms manufacturer unveiled their Cynergy CX Composite shotgun (second from the top in above photo). 

This terrific over/under shotgun was designed specifically for the budget-minded family that's searching for a good all-around scattergun suited for a variety of shooting sports. There are so many disciplines out there for high-school-age kids--many of which offering opportunities for scholarships--but most families just can't invest in multiple different super-specialized shotguns for each one. 

With a suggested retail of $1,669, the Cynergy CX Composite is perfect for a teen looking to get into trap, skeet, sporting clays, hunting...or all of the above. With a 14 1/4-inch length of pull and weighing in at a trim 6 pounds, 7 ounces, this nimble little shooter will offer your teen the ability to get started in the shooting sports without destroying your family budget. It's expected to hit stores in the second quarter of 2016, so keep an eye on Browning's website ​for when it will be available at a dealer near you. 

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