Look to see if there are any model numbers on the gun. 32 caliber (7.65mm) pistols were manufactured during the years 1900-1914 if it is an 1900 FN. If it is a model 1922, several hundred thousand were produced during the NAZI occupation between 1940-1944. After you determine the model of the gun, you need to contact a dealer to grade the firearm in its present condition to know the true worth of the gun. **Due to the "Hege Waffen West Germany" markng. . Made for export in the mid 60's. FN contracted with a number of manufacturers. A number of them were made under license at the Hungarian firearms manufacturer FEG. If there is an encircled Pegasus on the slide, it would be one of the Hege FEG copies of the Walther PP. The value would depend on the overall conditon, but usually in the $200 range.
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300 or so.
Depends on the caliber.
$11,000 USD in 2012
Serial numbers do not designate calibers. Look on the brrel to ID the caliber.
Browning made the "Baby Browning" in Belgium for several years, on the muzzel of this tiny 6 shot automatic it states .6mm. It does in fact take 25 caliber ammunition.
Browning Challenger made in 1974. $300-$400.
You will have to call Browning to find out.
Do an internet search for 'Browning luggage case'
AFAIK, Browning didn't make any rifles in that caliber.
I am aware of only one chambering in the Browning hi-power,that is 9mm parabellum.
You must provide the model and caliber/gauge.
take it to a gunsmith
No way to answer without knowing the caliber.
Varies according to caliber.
Both the BAR (Browning Automatic Rifle) and the Browning machineguns (series 1919) were made in caliber 30-06. HOWEVER, there were other calibers manufactured for special markets. Search Wikipedia for BAR, and look up some of the secondary calibers- they may be a surprise.
Browning never "made" a 45. They sold the SIG with their name on it. Similar to their 380 which was made by Berreta.