This is a Auto-5 shotgun made by Fabrique Nationale in Belgium. This is a 12 guage shotgun made in 1930. The barrel should be stamped Browning Arms Co. Ogden Utah and or a combination of Ogden and St. Louis Mo. It will not have any scroll engraving on the receiver unless it is a gradeII or better. The standard grade was not engraved in that year.
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It was made in 1964.
E gunparts should have one.
Please provide all the markings exactly as they are stamped on the gun. The information you have provided does not match any Browning product. email@example.com
If you are asking about a Browning Auto-5 shotgun,then it was made in the year 1923,with the serial number that you have provided.
it would be stamped on the right side of the barrel.
Browning imported guns never did say "fabric en belgium". Those guns that were made by FN were all stamped "made in Belgium" on the barrels, for those guns that were made for Browning. There are Browning patent guns made by FN that were sold outside the US and not imported by Browning that may have said fabric, but not on a Browning Arms Co. gun. Browning stopped production on the A5 in 1976 when production began in Japan. Any gun no matter when it was made in Belgium would be stamped made in belgium. Different models were made at different times and production by FN varied as to when they ceased.
This is probably a Stevens model 520. What is your question?
This is a 16ga American made Browning made in 1946. auto5man
It should be stamped on the side of the receiver.
Look on the bottom of the receiver, just forward of the magazine port. The serial number is stamped into the metal. Use all numbers and letter combinations if is has letters to identify the serial number.
The model number is stamped on the right side of the receiver on many Stevens products.
Generally it is stamped on the side or top of the barrel near the receiver.
Serial number on a Citori is under the breakdown lever on the receiver. It should also be stamped on the barrel where it locks up on the receiver.
This is what is called an American Browning. These guns were produced by Remington in the US (New York) for Browning after Belgium was overun by the Germans in WWII. The guns were made using Remingtons model 11 equipment. A few modifications were made to incorporate more of the Browning features and were all stamped Browning Arms Co. St. Louis Mo. Your 16ga gun sn: A14309 was made and shipped to Browning in 1946.
What type of info do you need? The gun is a Sweet 16 made in 1968. It has a flat knob pistol grip and is the last year Browning had the St. Louis address on the barrel. They changed to Morgan Utah in 1969.
on the surface, you have a FN made rifle in 338 Win Mag
THey were made by crescent firearm company.
They shoud, but, might not due to tolerance differences by who made the magazine.
Yes. The magnum was not introduced until 1967.
Blue Book of Gun Values will help.
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What is your question? This gun was made in 1963