No, you need to call Browning.
We cant identify the model. Please be more specific on which gun this is
Can you give us the model of the rifle? The letter "n" could not be used to identify the model. More info is needed.
Contact Browning with the serial number. They can identify the manufacture date.
I will first say that your browning sweet sixteen was made in 1949.It was made for browning by fabrique nationale in belguim.There should be scroll writing on the receiver saying sweet sixteen.The chamber is for 2-3/4 in shells.Your shotgun is based on the john m browning auto-5 design.There were 3 different barrel types available from browning.First a plain barrel,then a matte finish on top barrel,and last a vent rib barrel.for a more detailed identification you can probably go to browning,s home page and ask for help from them.
Please identify what kind of gun this is and ask the question again
I would need to know what model of Browning you are asking about?I could then help you identify the year of manufacture.
Compare to catalog pictures or other known examples.
The term "acier special" is found on many Auto-5 shotguns. It is French for "special steel". The stamp "acier special" found on barrels are for Fabrique Nationale guns, and NOT Browning Arms Co. guns. Fabrique Nationale (FN) was the manufacturer of all Belgian Browning guns. Browning was simply an importer and bought guns with their name on them to sell in the United States. FN was licensed to make and sell some of these models World Wide outside the US. If it says "acier" on the barrel then, you probably have an FN gun. It's possible to have one of these barrels fitted on a genuine Browning gun, but then the receiver would identify the mix & match. FN Auto 5's as a custom, used the term Browning patent on many of their guns along with acier special. These guns never were sold in the US, but somehow made it to the states from overseas. Many guns were brought by returning US servicemen from WWII and so on.
Just about any competent gunsmith.
The 2 letters in your serial number identify the year of manufacture for your browning cynergy as 2004.
The BL22 was made from 1970-2003.I would contact Browning directly and their customer service dept can identify the year of manufacture for you.
Go to the Browning website: http://www.browning.com/services/dategun/index.asp
Please identify the model and ask again
These number don't identify what the gun is, nor is it a Browning Serial number. What do you mean by "32"?
Please identify the model, guage, etc...
In order to answer your question correctly,I would need to know the model of Browning semi-auto that you refer to?I could also use the serial number to help identify the model and year of production of the browning in question.
The Browning light weight 12 gauge shotgun was made by FN for browning from 1947-1976.These shotguns were also made by Miroku of Japan from 1976-1998.If you would supply a serial number to your browning shotgun then I would be able to identify the exact year of production.
You must identify the model number of the gun - the serial number is not sufficient.
They will have "Made in Japan" on them somewhere. Value will depend on exact configuration and condition.
Please use the link below to identify the date of manufacture
It will be marked where it was made, i.e., Made in Japan or Made in Belgium. IIRC, Browning moved Auto 5 production to Japan in 1976.
The L70 suffix to the serial number identify,s the year of production of your Browning safari bolt action rifle as 1970.
The serial number will identify the year of manufacture. You can post it here for an answer or use the Browning website. The Browning website is a little difficult to use for some models and years. Try the link, and if you have problems, ask the question here again with the serial number.
Browning.com has sn data under customer service.