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What is the age and value of a Browning 6 mm 35 made in Belgium with all matching parts in great condition?

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2006-01-10 20:33:50
2006-01-10 20:33:50

THE BROWNING AUTO IS APPROXIMATELY 50 YEARS OLD.

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