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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. sales@countrygunsmith.net


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.


Only the "light" Twenty" had a gold trigger. My 1964 Belgium Browning Light Twenty has a gold trigger.



You find a Browning trained armorer


The trigger pull should only be adjusted by a trained gunsmith. Browning does not publish trigger pull weights.


Your serial number indicates that your Browning light weight auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1971.


Your serial number indicates that your Browning light twelve was made in the year 1955.



it depends on condition. refer to the Blue book of gun values or describe the condition and reask the question


The trigger is just a gold looking plating that is applied.


This is a Browning Auto-5 Lightweight 12 gauge shotgun.


You will have to contact Browning to find out.


your browning auto-5 light twelve gauge was made in 1960.


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.


Yes, that was an option.



You will have to call Browning with the serial number.





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