Browning’s Cynergy isn’t new, but its price tag is, and that’s good news. The Cynergy has been around for about 10 years. Rumor has it the gun was once intended as the replacement to the Citori but the buying public was having none of that, so both guns remained in the lineup. The Cynergy’s advantage over the Citori was a much lower-profile receiver. It also had an extremely strong, durable action and mechanical triggers with excellent pulls. All that said, the Cynergy found favor with some target shooters but never took off. For 2015 Browning has repositioned the Cynergy in its line, lowering the price of field guns below the entry level Citori price, and chopping several hundred dollars off the price of the Sporting Clays model. The version I’m holding in the video (click the photo) is the field gun selling for $1869. As I say, the real bargain is the sporting model, which lists for $2,399, down from $3200 or so.