That is an 'American Browning' produced by Remington during World War II.
This is the canned answer to the general question "how much is my gun worth". There is no way that this can be determined via a description of the firearm because condition of the item is critical to its value. In addition, whether the gun is considered to be modern or antique will significantly affect not only its value but its saleability in some jurisdictions. The steps necessary to assess a firearm are to first Clearly identify the manufacturer and model of the firearm along with serial number and significant features. Many people choose to not report the full serial number but instead disguise the least significant digits i.e. 1234XX. Features such as finish, barrel length, custom engraving or carving, and stock material may be significant. It may be useful to consult some of the books on gun values such as "The Official Gun Digest Book if Guns & Prices", the "Official Price Guide to Antique and Modern Firearms", the "Standard Catalog of Firearms", or "Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms". All of these resources can provide information for identifying the firearm. The grading systems used to assign values are usually similar between the books although there can be differences. Once the firearm has been identified and condition determined, the "fair market value" can be assessed by consulting the internet market. AuctionArms.com and GunTrader.com can both provide input as to a gun's present market value. If gun shops and/or gun shows are available in your area, taking your gun in for professional inspection can be informative. Look for businesses or individuals who specialize or deal in that type of gun (take a Luger to a Luger collector rather than a shotgun collector). Remember that these people are in the business and will be looking for a "good deal" if one presents itself. Guns, like everything else, usually aren't worth as much as we would like but they can have appreciable value. Good luck. Bock442
You will have to call Browning with the serial number.
Browning.com has a sn fucntion under customer service.
Please include a serial number along with a model number to get the answer you are looking for.
What is the value of a 12 gauge Browning shotgun serial J68824?
wondering price value of browning shotgun serial number 35354
price value of browning shotgun serial number 35354
I would need the type of browning shotgun you are asking about,and a serial number which you did not provide.
I would like to start first with the serial number.The letters MR in the middle of the serial number indicates that your browning shotgun was made in 2007.With that said,if you have a pump shotgun then you have a browning BPS.If you have a over/under shotgun then you have a browning citori.If you have a semi-auto shotgun then you have a browning gold model.
Your Browning auto-5 shotgun with the prefix of 70s to the serial number identifies that your shotgun was made in Belgium for Browning in the year 1970.
just wanting to know the value of a browning shotgun serial # 37896
The serial number to a browning shotgun made in the year 1989 will have the letters PN found some where in the serial number.
With the V8 suffix to your serial number.Your Browning B25 shotgun was made in the Year 1968.
Your serial number indicates that your Browning shotgun was made in the year 1955.
Impossible to value with just the serial number and "shotgun".
if you are asking about a browning auto-5 shotgun?The year of production of your browning shotgun is 1928.
You will have to call Browning with the serial number to find out.
You will have to call Browning.