You will have to call Browning
your browning 22 was made in 1963.
Provide a detailed description of ALL markings.
The Browning was built in 1968 on a long extractor FN Mauser action. The Leupold scope was built prior to 1974.
You will have to call Browning with the serial number.
1965 - (Fjestad's Blue Book of Gun Values)
No- but if you find the serial number on the pistol, go to the Browning website. Browning has seachable production records based on model numbers, and serial numbers within that model.
Get the serial number off it and go to Browning's website.
A detailed description is needed. Is it a hand gun or a long gun? Revolver or Semi-auto? Bolt, pump, single shot or semi-auto rifle/shotgun? Serial number?
The prefix of 4T indicates that you have a Browning auto rifle in 22 long rifle that was made in the year 1964.
Browning has quite good sn data on their website under customer service.
50- 500 usd
15-2500 USD depending on exactly what you have.
Browning.com has manuals you can request or download
Need to know the exact model to answer.
The W818878 is not recognized. 70B30095 is a number for a Browning Lever action .22 rifle. Use the link to find value
Browning made .22 rifles AND pistols- you did not tell us what you have. The Browning website, customer service, has historical data for many Browning firearms by serial number. See if your model is listed. If not email Browning.
Please check to see if there is a Letter,number combination ahead of the actual serial number.This could be P2,or T7 etc.This could also be a single letter and 2 numbers also.All 22 cal pistols that were made in Belgium from 1959-1975 are so marked.
Impossible to value a gun with no other information provided
It is a Browning .22 semi automatic rifle simply called ".22 semi-auto rifle". Made in 1963. Yours is chambered for .22 long rifle cartridges
Your FN made browning 22 was produced in 1961.that being said these FN made 22,s are going for 250 dollars for a specimen in 60% original condition(assuming this a grade I model) up to 500 dollars with a 90% original finish.
Your rifle was made in 1968 at FN Belgium. What grade is the rifle? The 1968 gun law forced Browning to start using the "L" in all of the long action rifles. It is difficult to know what grade a person may have based soley upon the serial number. For example, in 1967 the Safari Grade had the "L", the Medallion Grade had the "X" and the Olympian Grade had a "P". From 1968 until the end of production in 1975, the long action rifles had an "L" in all of the long action rifles (.300 Win, .308 Norma, .338, .458, .375 and 7 mm). Your Browning has a factory pad. It could be a short or long extractor as in 1968 Browning went to the short extracor, but still had some excess receivers left in the long extractor configuration. The long extractor is worth a little more money. Browning made a lot of 7 mm Bolt Actions (approx 8200 total and about 439 in 1968), so they are not as sought after from a collectors stand point. Your rifle may also have a salt wood stock. Numerous rifles have been produced under the Browning trade name over the years. 7mm is the caliber, and 8L-47828 is the serial number. To answer your question, you need all of the markings from the rifle, including the model number and place of manufacture (e.g., Belgium, Japan, etc.). In any event, for a gun with collectors' value, the most important element is condition. Without all of that information, no value can be estimated.
Is it a bolt, pump or semi-auto? What are the markings on it? Serial number? Are you saying the only engraving is around the trigger? None on the receiver? Without knowing these answers, you might be in a 200-2000 price range.