From what books I have,B means 12ga.but you should have 6 digits, Remington made them from 1940 to 46,#229000- 237000,look at browning.com under A-5 shotgun ANSWER: Above is partially incorrect. You have an American Browning made for Browning by Remington in 1945 auto5man
No serial number provided
Impossible to answer without a serial number.
You will have to call Browning
Your serial number indicates that you have a Browning standard auto-5 shotgun in 16 gauge that was made in the year 1961.
Need More information about model. If it is an auto5 than 1950.
Sounds like you have an American made Browning. These were made by Remington under contract for Browning from 1940-49 If this is correct, the serial number is on the left side of the receiver. It is not however a sweet 16, but a standard weight American Auto5. this serial number represents a gun made in 1945. auto5man
Browning serial numberb28564
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Go to Browning's website under Support then go to Date your firearm. Value of any used firearm depends upon condition and area of sale.
No way to value with just the serial number. Call Browning for the age.
No serial number given.
You will have to contact Browning and give them the serial number. You can also look it up on the Browning website.
Not a valid Browning serial number.
You will have to call browning or visit their website with the serial number.
Call Browning or check the serial number on their website if it is up.
Your browning sweet sixteen was made by FN for browning in 1926 with the serial number you provided.
With the serial number that you provided,your Browning superposed shotgun was made in Belguim for Browning in the year 1955.
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12 gauge Belgian Browning shotgun, serial #296305
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Impossible to answer without the serial number
Need the serial number to date.
You will have to call Browning to find out.