Since prehistory, hunters have covered their bodies and faces in materials to camouflage themselves from their prey. When you’re putting food on the table, you want as many advantages as possible. Combining both of these ideas, Browning has introduced the 12 gauge Maxus II Camo, which comes in a variety of patterns and offers a number of advantages. If ducks don’t have nightmares, they’re about to start.
Already a well-known name in duck blinds around the globe, the Browning Maxus ups the performance ante with a new moniker and a number of new features.
Quack, Quack, Silence – The Browning Maxus II Camo
Built on the Power Drive Gas System, the Maxus II and Maxus II Camo are designed with duck hunting in mind. With all that auto-loading speed, Browning added the SoftFlex cheek pad and new Inflex recoil pad to keep the shooter in control. Rubber over-molding on the stock and forearm adds to that control. The stock can be trimmed or spacers can be used to adjust the length of pull. The bolt, bolt slide, shell carrier, oversized bolt release, and oversized bolt handle boast a Nickel Teflon coating. The new trigger guard is ramped to assist in loading the lightweight magazine tube. Put your shot where you intend to with a fiber optic front sight and the three included Invector-Plus choke tubes (full, modified, and improved cylinder).
The Maxus II Camo will be available in several finishes:
- Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Habitat
- Mossy Oak Break-Up Country
- Mossy Oak Bottomland
- Mossy Oak Original Bottomland
- Realtree Max-5
- Realtree Timber
- Retro Vintage Tan.
MSRP on the Browning Maxus II Camo is $1,829.99 for both the 26″ and 28″ barrel versions. If you want to check out all of the camouflage patterns available, take a look at Browning’s website. They’re also on every imaginable social media platform, so give them a follow and make their effort worth it. Find them here on Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.