Value of Browning A-5 shotgun?
Depending on the condition, the value of a Browning A-5 is between $250 and $695.
the worth of an A 5 depends on the type of a A 5 , 16 ga , 20 ga, 12 ga.
Unless the A 5 is really junk never think a A 5 is ever going to be worth a mere $250.00
Cheapest you will find in mose cases will $600.00 plus.
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Answer . It can vary quite a bit depending on what grade and the PPGS grading (60% to 100%). All 4 grades were made with no rib, solid rib, and vented rib (each being more… valuable repectively). So the range is Grade 1 60% @ $250, to grade 4 vented rib 100% @ $4900. Hope this helps. You need to find your grade & PPGS grading and then check a "Gun Values" book to be accurate.
Answer . Value depends on condition. It makes a huge difference in price when the gun is in 97% or better. Most of the late 1940's guns run $300 to $600 in price. A mint gu…n could go for $1000+. A professional appraisal is recommended
The light twenty in good used condition is worth around $900. If it is in really nice shape it could be worth over $100 or higher if you find the right buyer. But the whole Br…owning Auto-5 line is unbeatable in my opinion, some of the most reliable, smooth shooting shotguns. They will outperform most shotguns that are being produced today. I don't recommend selling any Auto-5.
A few hundred to a few thousand.
Actually there were no A-5's that were made in Missouri. Believe you are referring to an American Browning Auto 5. The barrels simply state "Browning Arms Co. St. Louis Mo.". … This is what is called an American Browning. These guns were produced by Remington in the US (New York) for Browning after Belgium was overun by the Germans in WWII. The guns were made using Remingtons model 11 equipment. A few modifications were made to incorporate more of the Browning features and were all stamped Browning Arms Co. St. Louis Mo. All of these were made between 1940 - 49.. Value is too difficult 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 poly-chokes, compensators and recoil pads will reduce value.. A rough ball park figure would be $250-$600 range for this gun. Near mint guns and original box will command an extra premium.. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.
Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Conditio…n and age is also a factor. 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.
Need a detailed description of finish, condition, box, papers, all features and markings.
10-1000 USD depending on specifics
Could be 100, could be 10000, could be 100000 USD. Need details 20GA, 3" mag, 28" full choke, vent rib, gold trigger, serial no on located on top of shell slide is 69X 3690…6
Need a detailed description
First with the serial number you provided,your shotgun is a browning light weight model auto-5 shotgun that was made in 1966.As to the value,if your shotgun has between 60%-90…% original finish on the wood and metal,and a good bore then the value is between 340-450 dollars for a shotgun with a plain barrel.If your shotgun has a vent rib barrel then the value is between 415-630 dollars.If the shotgunis a 20ga chambering then add 40% to the above listed values.If your shotgun has a cutts or polychoke added to the end of the barrel subtract 30% to the above listed values.
\n\n. 50-500 usd
Between 300-550 dollars depending on barrel type and overall condition of the shotgun.