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See the Browning website- customer service. Date of production by serial number listing.

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If you go to browning,s home page there is a way to age your shotgun there.


Incomplete serial number. Get the complete number, go to Browning's site, Support, Date Your Firearm. They have a complete listing.


You must call Browning as the sn you gave does not follow normal convention.


Please add the serial, but it is likely a single barrel trap gun such as the BT99


Believe that your serial number is incorrect. There are no BT99 serial numbers that start with 47. There are however serial numbers that begin with 74 which is the year (1974)that they were made.


Your gun was manufactured in 1993 according to the serial number. They are well made highly sough after shotguns usually valuing between $1500 and $2000 depending on condition.


You will need to call Browning,s customer service dept for the exact year of production.The model bt99 trap shotguns were originally made from 1968-1994 by Miroku of Japan.The current models were made from 2001-to present.


Are you sure the third digit in the sequence is not the letter "D" vs "0"? It should read 72D11255. This would have been made in 1972.


Browning doesnt show the BT99 as a 299 model code. They list the BT99 as a model 149. Below is the link to the Browning codes.


100-1000 USD depending on condtion and EXACT configuration, papers, box, accessories.


There should be more numbers and or letters in the sn. If not, call Browning.


You have not provided the entire sn. Call Browning for help


Value depends on the features of the gun, and the condition. Please see the link and look up your trap gun for a general idea of value.


A shotgun designed to shoo trap with.


NX is the year code for 1993. These are the numerical values for the letters in the year code. Z=1 Y=2 X=3 W=4 V=5 T=6 R=7 P=8 N=9 M=0


100-1000 USD or more depending on specifics


Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.


Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal. Ballpark is $600-$1000 depending.


Since Northern Ireland is not part of the United States, it does not have ZIP Codes. Postal codes in Northern Ireland all begin with the letters BT, followed by a 1- or 2-digit number, a space, and then a digit and two letters. For instance, BT99 9ZZ.


The blue book of gun values (27th edition) gives a value of $500 to $600 for a gun with 95% to 98% of its original finish left (which would be very good for a trap gun). This seems a little low to me, at least where I live in calif's. central valley. I would be supprised to find one in top condition for less then $750 or so.


Hello, I just received a 12 gauge over/under Boita from a dear friend of mine. I needed to aquire another shotgun so that my nephew and I could shoot trap simultaneously, and my friend let me borrow his grandfather's. It is an old gun and was manufactured in Brazil. The Brazillians are known to make fine shotguns. I did all kinds of research only to discover that today's prices range anywhere from $250.00 to about $400.00. I really do not know if I trust the information however. It would be worth your while to purchase a gun value book. I just saw one in Dick's Sporting Goods Store and almost bought it myself. I did not yet look up the Boita. I know this is not much information but I hope it enlightens you a little. If you shoot the Boita you will discover what a fine gun it truly is. For $400.00 I will keep it for trap forever. It is just as good as any BT99 or Citori I have ever used. Good luck.



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