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it really all depends on what type and size or caliber it really all depends on what type and size or caliber
I'm going to say no to that one.There is a site and pictures where a lorcin380, a new one, blew up in a guys hand. They were using 85 grain ammo too!
Depends on the specific model/caliber.
Need more information to identify your gun, such as guage and model. It looks like a serial number you have posted which could be a Browning Auto5. Value is too dif…ficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Auto 5's with recoil pads (other than Mag 12's) poly-chokes and compensators will reduce value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.
That depends entirely on the gun. I'd stick with the lighter guns if you're playing though so you can move around easier and more quickly. However if you want a more realist…ic feel, you can use a metal gun. They aren't much heavier at all. Most metal guns weigh roughly about or less than an actual firearm. For example an H&K USP .45 Cal. weighs in at 1.96 lbs. A full metal USP weighs in at 1.86 lbs. The point made by the previous answer also makes sense, but the weight isn't all that much. Plastic ones aren't as well constructed and will fall apart in a year with use. But they are lightweight and reasonably cheap.
It depends on the size. Be more specific, or do a Google search
The weight of this browning safe will be near about 110-115 pounds.
5 lbs and up
Contact Browning or look in old catalogs
480 pounds. Door is removable for easier installation.
Grade 1 BAR made in 1981
Contact the maker.
300 USD or so
The Browning Gun Safe is a specialty item and was first made back in 1950. The safe is made out of high quality lead with a premier locking system. Browning has sold thousands… of these safes.