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Answered 2012-02-17 10:42:33

A browning Hi-Power semi auto 9mm pistol is currently valued at between 325-525 dollars for a example displaying between 60%-95% of its original finish,and a good bore.


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Impossible to value with only the serial number and no other details.

You will need to call Browning with the sn to find out

YOu must call Browning. SN does not follow normal convention.

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Made in Italy by Beretta for Browning. 100-500 USD or so

The 1910 Browning semiautomatic pistol was lost for over 80 years. It was found and verified in 2004. It was donated to the Vienna Museum.

I would need to know belguim browning what?Is it a rifle,shotgun,pistol?Also what model of browning are we talking about.Please include this info to get a correct answer to your question.

YOu will either have to call Browning or see if their website is up and look under customer service.

The Colt M1911, a semiautomatic pistol invented by John Browning, was first made in 1910, and subsequently adopted into service with the United States Army in 1911. has sn data under customer service.

It is not possible to value a weapon with just the serial number.

A single shot pistol, a Derringer and even a revolver are technically NOT considered semiautomatic. To be semiautomatic, the weapon would need to use the energy from a previous round to cycle the action. Revolvers use the muscle energy of the shooter's finger to revolved the chamber.

No- but if you find the serial number on the pistol, go to the Browning website. Browning has seachable production records based on model numbers, and serial numbers within that model.

No way to tell with the information you have provided. Need description of all markings.

No more or less 'powerful' than any other pistol firing the .45 ACP cartridge.

No such model made by Browning.

0-500 USD depending on exact configuration, accessories, and overall condition.

Recently saw one LNIB that auctioned for $605 on Gunbroker.

They refer to this handgun as the browning model BDA (browning double action auto) pistol.

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