The serial number.
browning used the last two digits of the year before the serial number on the 9mm from 1970 until 1976 so your 9mm was made in 1973
You must call Browning.
This gun was made in 1976
Your browning hi-power was made by FN of belguim for browning in 1967.
Your Browning Hi-Power 9mm handgun was made in the year 1959,and will bring between 300-600 dollars depending on overall condition and a good bore.
your browning hi-power was made in 1974.
It has been made in one form or another since 1928. You can get an owner's manual at the Browning web site.
Browning has never released production numbers to the public
Your browning hi-power was made by FN of belguim for browning in 1969.
The model is simply known as the Hi Power and it was made in 1995
What about Browning 9mm browning arms company morgan utah montreal pq made in belgium sn 245 fe 28563?
i sold my high power 9mm pistol for $450 last year.
Browning.com has a sn function under customer service.
The RN in the middle of your serial number indicates that your Browning Hi-power was made in the year 1997.The Browning Hi-power is produced by FN in belguim.
The 2 letters in the middleof your serial number(PV) indicate that your Browning Hi-power was made in the year 1985.
Go to Browning.com. Look under customer service for date assistance.
The NR in the middle of the serial number dates your browning hi-power to the year 1997.The gun itself was made by FN of belguim.
With the serial number that you provided,your Browning Hi-power was produced in the year 1968.
You will have to contact CZ to find out
10-10000 USD depending on specifics
From 1976 on it will be part of the sn. For example 245RT01010 245 = 9mm RT= 1976 01010 = the 9th one made in 1976 Sns start at 01001 every year 245 = 9mm 2W5 = 40 S&w From 1998 on a 9mm would = 510
We can't find that the 1922 model was made in 9mm. Records indicate .32 and .380 calibers, but not the 9mm. Write to browning and ask them to do research on your gun. For a small fee, they can give you a lot of information.
Your browning hi-power was made in 1967.Depending on the amount of use these fine made 9mm semi-auto pistols are valued at between 500-650 dollars or more depending on the condition of the overall gun(blueing,gun grips etc.).
What you have is a Browning hi-power,semi auto 9mm handgun that was made in Belguim for Browning in the year 1981 according to the serial number that you provided.The value of these fine made pistols is between 325-475 dollars,based on your hi-power having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining and a good bore.
Exactly how is the pistol marked? 9mm browning serial number 72C44338