Made by High Standard, value $150-$200.
Between 300-425 dollars depending on condition.
I paid 425 with the camo , the slugbarrel and chokes
Going rate depends on condition, but 95-98% should be around $300-$350. Mint in Box would bring around $400-425
Your Browning B-2000 semi auto shotgun which was made in 1979 will bring between 275-425 dollars for a model showing between 60%-90% of its original finish,and a good bore.
The Citori 425 was made from 1995-2001. 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.
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I looked on gunbroker.com and saw one for an opening bit of 425, and have seen them before for about the same price
Between 425-1,025 dollars,depending on the overall condition of your shotgun and what type of barrel is with the gun.The vent rib barrel will bring the highest prices.
The 9S prefix to your serial number dated your browning sweet sixteen shotgun to 1959.As to the value you have 3 distinct values based on the barrel design that came with your shotgun.The values that I am going to list is based on your shotgun having a finish of from60%-90% original finish on the metal and wood,along with a good bore.first if your shotgun has a plain barrel then the value would be 425-725 dollars.If your shotgun has a solid matte barrel then the value is between 600-950 dollars.Last if your shotgun has a vent rib barrel then the value would be 675-1,050 dollars.
Gun show, gun shop, internet, newspaper.
Depending on condition,your browning auto-5 shotgun is valued at between 425-725 dollars.
$425 on gunsamerica.com
If it is a Lightning Privilege: 100% $4650, 95% $3400, 80% $2475 Add about 10% for 20ga. Add about $300 for factory hard case.
Between 275-425 dollars.
Info available on Browning's site.
In good condition would be around the $350 - $425 range. In like new prestine condition $500 - $600.
Your browning sweet-sixteen auto-5 shotgun which was made by FN of belguim for browning at the end of 1948 has three distinct values based on the type of barrel with your shotgun.If you have a plain barrel then your shotgun is valued at between 425-825 dollars.If your shotgun has a solid matte rib barrel then it is valued at between 600-1,075 dollars.If your shotgun has a vent rib barrel then the value is between 675-1,225 dollars.These values are based on your shotgun having 60%-95% original finish remaining and a good bore.
The Winchester model 425 was made for Winchester by "Meyer & Grammelspacher" of Germany. The value is determined by the condition of the rifle. without any information about the condition of the pellet rifle, no estimate of value can be determined.
'425 VA' is short-notation for '425 Volt-Amps'. This value gives the number of Amps against the number of Volts, but referring to this as just 'Amps' is perfectly acceptable.
100-425 or so