yes, almost all are on record just post the #s and I will try to give you an answer
You will need to supply the serial numbers to your shotguns to get the age of your browning shotguns correctly.
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between 2000.00 and 4500.00 but you should check with kelly blue book numbers
Not until required by law in 1969.
Most do, some don't.
Blue Book of Gun Values
100-1000 USD or so
Not if they were manufactured prior to 1969.
Browning.com has sn data under customer service.
No published sn data.
Serial numbers were not required on shotguns or rifles by the Federal governmant until 1968. Any company that did so before that was marking them voluntarily. Mossberg for example specifically stated that they didn't use serial numbers on their early rifles to pass the savings on to the consumer and keep the cost of production down.
Check the barrel and receiver.
Between 1933 - 1942. Serial numbers were not required by law on shotguns and rifles until 1968.
Serial numbers were not required on rifles and shotguns until 1968.
It is worth anywhere from $75 - $125. It depends if it is all origanal you can find that out by looking at the serial numbers on the parts and seeing if they are all the same
Try Blue Book of Gun Values
You will have to call Browning.
Your gun was made in 1968. Check the link below for a Blue Book value based on condition. A professional appraisal is always recommended.
Yes, numbers are a part of the history of science and generally speaking a part of the humanity history.
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400-1000 USD or so
If data has been published, you might be able to find out the date made and specific model.
You will have to find a listing of all the serial numbers from the maker for the shotguns they made and go through them.