The 725 is more than just a pretty face, however. For the first time Browning has incorporated mechanical triggers into the Citori. Since these triggers don't rely on the recoil of the first shot to enable the second trigger, the shooter can get a follow-up shot even if the first barrel doesn't go. This is a handy feature for a fleeing bird, but what really sets these triggers apart is the quality of the trigger pull. Both barrels on my sample broke at 3 pounds 13 ounces--not an ounce more, not an ounce less. Crisp and consistent, they are among the best I've seen on a shotgun.