Browning made the first sucessful semi auto shotgun over 100 years ago, along with semi auto rifles (BAR from WW 1) pistols (Browning Hi Power from 1935) and machine guns (.50 caliber Browning)
50-125 or so
Models include the 1910, 1922, 1910/22, BDA, and PRO to name a few.
That is '6.35mm' or .25 auto. Value depends on condition.
Browning.com has sn data under customer service
50-5000 usd depending on specifics.
100-1000 USD or more depending on specifics.
Most browning light 12 semi-auto shotguns are going for between 400-650 dollars depending on the overall condition,and a good bore.
There is no such weapon made by Browning. Browning does make a semi-auto of the BAR in 30-06. You can download or request a manual from the Browning web site.
10-1000 USD depending on specifics
what model of browning semi-auto shotgun are we talking about?I show no B prefix to the serial number on the browning auto-5 shotguns made.
Browning does not make a M70 semi auto 7mm nag
75-200 USD depending on condition.
He was an inventor.
.32 caliber. In a semi auto handgun, probably .32 ACP
50-200 USD depending on specifics
10-1000 USD or more depending on exactly what you have.