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Browning Pro Series Pistols

Browning introduces its new Pro-9 and Pro-40 double-action, polymer-frame semiautomatic pistols. Available in either 9mm or .40 S&W chambering, each Pro pistol comes with a four-inch barrel, stainless-steel slide, ambidextrous decocker and safety, fixed three-dot sights, and 10-round magazine. The 9mm version weighs 30 ounces; the .40-caliber unit weighs 33 ounces. Overall length is 7.25 inches. Sight radius is six inches. The polymer frame features an under-barrel accessory rail and replaceable backstrap inserts. The suggested retail price is $628. For more information, contact Browning

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