This serial number was accepted in the warehouse between June 30 and Sept 19, 1953. information from page 76 Browning Auto 5 Shotguns by H.M. Shirley Jr. and Anthony Vanderlinden.
1957. Value from $450-$1400.
Made in 1969. Depends on condition: from a $500 shooter to $1500 as a collector piece.
81 yrs old
browning sweet sixteen serial number 5s43804 what year was it manufactured
1954 1954 1954
Browning.com has a sn fucntion under customer service.
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12 gauge Belgian Browning shotgun, serial #296305
100-1000 USD or so depending on specifics
A 16 ga Auto 5 was made with that serial number in 1929, but it was not a Sweet Sixteen. Sweets were not made until 1937. Does your gun have a letter above the serial number or preceding it? If not, does the gun say Seet Sixteen on the receiver and / or have a gold trigger? If not, then your gun is the standard weight gun made in 1929. Auto5man
Browning.com has sn tables you can look at.
The Browning web site has extensive serial number data located under customer service.
If that is in fact the complete serial number, it is NOT a 'Sweet Sixteen.' You have a standard-weight Auto-5 16ga shotgun made in 1927. The Sweet Sixteen is a specific lightweight model introduced in 1936. Which markings are you looking at? The Belgian guns have quite a few different proofmarks, and then there are the choke markings. firstname.lastname@example.org
Your prefix of zero S indicates that your Browning sweet sixteen shotgun was made in the year 1960.
That is not a Sweet Sixteen serial number.
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