You will have to call Browning for an answer.
From the time of it,s introduction;which was the year 1947.
according to Browning you have a Light A-5 12 ga. made in 1960. Hope this helps
That serial number was manufactured in 1962 and is correct for the Browning Light Twelve Auto-5 shotgun. Gold plate on the trigger is normal, but not anywhere else. firstname.lastname@example.org
100-1000+ USD depending on specifics.
I have been offered $1600 for my Browning light twelve with the gold trigger 10 years ago. The economy is suffering, but I know I can sell mine for $800.00 easy. But why, it is a very good gun.
A few hundred to tens of thousands of USD depending on what "art" actually means.
No such weapon made by Browning.
Your serial number indicates that your Browning light weight auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1971.
Only the "light" Twenty" had a gold trigger. My 1964 Belgium Browning Light Twenty has a gold trigger.
it depends on condition. refer to the Blue book of gun values or describe the condition and reask the question
You find a Browning trained armorer
The trigger pull should only be adjusted by a trained gunsmith. Browning does not publish trigger pull weights.
375-550 dollars, depending on overall condition of your shotgun.
If gun is mint and never fired - then you could reasonably expect $1500 - $2000 auto5man
serial number is incomplete. add the letter above or preceding 20023
Your serial number indicates that your Browning light twelve was made in the year 1955.
I don't think Browning can modify trigger pull on their rifles due to liability, but you can contact a retired Browning Gunsmith who does excellent work on pull.
The trigger is just a gold looking plating that is applied.
your browning auto-5 light twelve gauge was made in 1960.
Readily available from Browning.
That's not the complete serial number. Above that number is another number and a letter. Depending on age, originality, variation and condition, $350-$1000 email@example.com
You will have to contact Browning to find out.
This is a Browning Auto-5 Lightweight 12 gauge shotgun.
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0-500 USD depending on exact configuration, age, condition, accessories, etc..
Without a detailed description of all markings, features, box, papers, accessories, condition, etc.. 100-1000 USD
Your serial number does not match any Browning Arms Co Auto 5 gun in 12ga. Check the serial and model and ask again. Thank you
It depends on the condition. Gun values flucuate wildly. A good site to check is gunbroker.com
Check under and on the inside of the forearm, top of the action, receiver, and barrel.
You will have to call Browning with the serial number.
Yes, that was an option.
A gunsmith can help you.
A browning auto-5 light twelve shotgun is selling for between 340-650 dollars.If your shotgun has a vent rib barrel then the price would be between 400-925 dollars depending on the overall condition of your shotgun.
DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Send it back to Browning.
Not a valid Browning serial number.
100-1000 USD or more THIS IS BASED ON CONDITION? WHAT YEAR WAS THIS GUN MADE? WHAT WOULD MAKE IT MORE THAB 1000 USD? THANK-YOU
your browning light weight 12ga was produced in 1960.
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Your serial number indicates that your Browning light twelve auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1955.
Supply your serial number at the Browning website and the database will look it up for you.
You will need to call Browning and ask them to look up the serial number.
The Browning light twelve shotguns serial numbers do not go that high.Please check and see if there are any letters in your serial number,or before or after your serial number.
Check the receiver.
what is your question?
what is the question?
The light twelve refers to this shotgun being a light weight model of the Browning auto-5 shotgun.The difference in weight was 10oz.
Your Browning light twelve shotgun,not rifle is valued at between 300-550 dollars for a shotgun with between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.