Your browning auto-5 shotgun was made by FN of belguim for browning in 1938.In the condition that you describe your shotgun should be worth between 450-550 dollars.
with these fine made Belgium shotguns,condition is everything in the value of your Browning Sweet Sixteen shotgun which was made in Belgium in the year 1957.They can be worth between 300-1,200 dollars if the original condition is quite prevalent and the bore is in excellent condition.
Depending on the condition, between $525-$600
The value of a Browning 9mm 1945 serial number 693398a depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 600.00 and 800.00 as of 2014.
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Depending on age and condition of your browning semi-auto shotgun?You will find the value ranging between 350-550 dollars for your browning auto-5 shotgun.
I am going to assume that we are talking about a Browning A-bolt rifle.If yours is in mint condition,I wouls assign a value of between 300-400 dollars.
Your browning model superposed could bring between 550-1,500 dollars depending on overall condition,and a good bore.
Your browning BAR which was made in 1981 is currently valued at between 450-650 dollars depending on the overall condition of the firearm.
A Browning safari grade bolt action rifle in the excellent condition you describe will bring between 1,375-1,500 dollars for a gun with between 90%-95% overall condition,and a good bore. There were not many of these rifles chambered for the .308 Norma Magnum caliber.
Browning did not make the Model 11, Remington did. If you have a Remington Model 11 in 16ga, value is between $150-$450.
Built to the same specs. Labor is cheaper in Japan.
I can say that your browning auto-5 was made in 1939,as to value I would say that if you have a standard model with the vent rib barrel and the finish is around 90% it would be worth between 575-675 dollars.
As long as your Browning model auto-5 shotgun is not chambered in 16ga with a 2 9/16in chamber,then the value will be between 350-550 dollars depending on overall condition.
More information will be required to answer this question. The serial number would be required to date the gun. There are no factory stampings with the word Germany on it. Do you mean Belgium? Sweet 16's were made in Belgium from 1937-1976 and are valued anywhere between $350 and $2500 depending on year and condition. If it says "Germany" then it is an aftermarket inscription. Thank you
The Browning BLR was made in Belgium between 1969 and 1972. After that they were made in Miroku, Japan. The value of your rifle would, of course, depend on the condition of the piece.
Between 200-500 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.Your serial number indicates that your Browning auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1926.
All my research indicates that the 9Z prefix to your serial number belongs to the Browning 20 gauge light weight shotgun that was made in the year 1959.If you had a 12 gauge auto-5 magnum shotgun,then the prefix would be 9V.The value of each of these will be between 350-550 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
these browning bars have been selling for between 450-650 dollars lately.
if it is indeed in excellent condition the value would be between 550-650 dollars.
Production shifted from Belgium to Japan, between 1972 and 73.
Your Browning BAR which was made in the year 1989 will bring between 550-650 dollars on today,s market depending on overall condition,and a good bore.
these auto-5 shotguns are currently valued at between 450-650 dollars depending on the overall condition of your shotgun.
In excellent condition it would be worth between $90 - $105
In the condition you describe,your browning A-bolt is valued at between 200-350 dollars.
If your shotgun is a auto-5 it is worth between 250-550 dollars depending on the amount and condition of the remaining finish left.
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