No. Many manufacturers have used Browning's patents. Your gun was made by Savage/Stevens. email@example.com
You need to identify the make and model of the shotgun. Dozens of different makes of guns show a browning patent on the barrel. Recheck and re-ask the question - Thank you
This Shotgun was made by Stevens their model. 520. Made from 1930's to 1950'S Although the shotgun was Browning patent marked, it was not made by Browning.
It will vay depending on the model and when made.
i have a shotgun double barrel, i think it maybe 12gauge with Richard or righard on the plate below the barrel, the butt of the shotgun has browning automatic on it, which made me think it was a browning, but it is not...can you help me id the shotgun and what the value is
The Stevens Model 520 was built on a Browning patent and so marked. Stevens also built the gun for Sears before World War II under the 'Ranger' tradename, so if you have a slide-action shotgun marked 'Ranger' and 'Browning Patent' then that is what you have.
Depending on the model it can be found on the bottom of the receiver or on the barrel. how to find the year of a belguim browning over and under shotgun by the serial number 53125
left side of barrel usually
You will have to provide the model, type of action, barrel length, gauge
Check the receiver and barrel.
It depends on the browning model of shotgun you are asking about,and the condition it is in.
With the serial number that you provided,your Browning sweet sixteen shotgun was made in 1951.There are 3 distinct values for your browning sweet sixteen shotgun,which will be based on your shotgun having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.The plain barrel model is worth between 425-725 dollars,the solid matte rib barrel model is 600-950 dollars,and the vent rib barrel model is between 675-1,050 dollars.
The light twelve refers to this shotgun being a light weight model of the Browning auto-5 shotgun.The difference in weight was 10oz.
Yes, you can remove the barrel of a model 66 Shotgun!
It's a Stevens gun, not a Browning. The barrel is marked 'Browning Patent' but that is the extent of Browning's involvement with that shotgun. They were made before WW2 and sell for $100-$150 in typical shape.
This model was made by Savage between 1930 and 1949. Dates by Serial are unknown
With the serial number that you provided,your Browning 16 gauge auto-5 shotgun was produced in the year 1955.As to the value of your Browning shotgun,if you have a plain barrel model then the value would be 450 dollars,if you have a matted rib(solid) barrel model then 550 dollars.If you have a vent rib barrel model then 675 dollars.
I would like to start first with the serial number.The letters MR in the middle of the serial number indicates that your browning shotgun was made in 2007.With that said,if you have a pump shotgun then you have a browning BPS.If you have a over/under shotgun then you have a browning citori.If you have a semi-auto shotgun then you have a browning gold model.
Browning never made a model 400 semi-auto shotgun.I believe that your shotgun might have been made using 1 of john brownings Patents,which would require that the patent be posted on your shotgun.
No such model number.
Need a DETAILED description of ALL markings, barrel length, and full serial number.
I believe that is a model 311. I have the same double barrel.
If your over under shotgun was made prior to 1964,then the model of your Browning shotgun should be named the superposed.
Browning never made a Model 51 shotgun.
You will have to call Browning and ask
You must call Browning to find out.