I believe it was from 1962 onward.
Sometime in the 80s. You will have to call Browning to narrow it down further.
No serial number provided.
these browning bars have been selling for between 450-650 dollars lately.
Check with Browning customer service.
100-1000 USD depending on specifics
Your browning BAR with a M70 suffix dates your browning BAR to 1970,not 1952.The first browning BAR rifles were made in 1967.A browning BAR rifle is valued at between 400-600 dollars for a grade I rifle with a 60%-90% original finish and a good bore.
You can download one from the Browning website.
Give it a good cleaning, check the recoil spring.
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your browning bar which was made in 1990 is selling for between 400-600 dollars depending on the overall condition of your rifle.
100-1000 and up depending on specifics
The BAR machine gun is recommended for its accuracy and portability whereas with the browning you sacrifice these qualities for greater fire rate, ammo capacity and bullet penetration. Actually, the Browning Automatic Rifle (aka Browning Machine gun) IS the BAR; they are one and the same. BAR is an acronym for Browning Automatic Rifle.
350-650 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
Grade 1 BAR = 137, made in 1986
Your browning BAR which was made in 1981 is currently valued at between 450-650 dollars depending on the overall condition of the firearm.
500 USD or so.
You will have to call Browning to get a correct answer from the factory. Depending on anyone else's answer could void the warranty or cause damamge/injury.
Browngin has good sn data on their website under customer service.
Having trouble identifying the model. In 1979 (date indicated by your sn), Browning produces the BBR bolt-action rifle, the B78 single-shot and the BAR semiautomatic rifle in 7mm Remington Magnum, but none of those had that 117 designation. What type of rifle do you have?
Range from 100-1000 and up depending on condition, finish, box, papers, accessories, etc..