Browning did not make the Model 70, Winchester did. Also, the serial number is not a valid Browning serial number for a 7mm Magnum rifle. Please doublecheck your information.
You did not give the sn. Call Browning.
Your Browning auto-5 magnum shotgun was made in Herstal,Belgium by the firm FN(Fabrique Nationale)for Browning in the year 1965 with the serial number that you have provided.
You Have a Browning auto-5 shotgun that is a Magnum chambering which was made in the year 1968.
Impossible to value with only a serial number.
It will be marked where it was made.
Impossible to answer without the serial number.
You will have to call Browning with the serial number.
your browning was one of the last to be made in Belguim as evidenced by the serial number prefix 76v.
It was built in 1969 in Belgium. It should be a 12ga. Magnum.
Browning didnt make Berretta's. What model gun do you have?
Go to Browning.com and look for serial numbers under customer service
You have a magnum 20 gauge auto-5 shotgun that was made in the year 1967.
100-1000 USD or so
Impossible to answer without a detailed description and the serial number.
Is this an Automatic? Need the letter and number above the serial to help
First lets start with the fact that the Browning auto-5 Magnum was made from 1958-1976 in Belgium.After words the Auto-5 magnum was made by Miroku of Japan for Browning from 1976-1995.If your shotgun was made in Belgium,it should have a suffix to the serial number of 8V or 9V etc.If your shotgun nwas made in Japan then it should have a 2 letter code in the serial number sequence.It may be that if you do not have either then you do not have a Magnum version of the auto-5 shotgun.Please re-check your serial number and info on the receiver and repost your question to get the correct year of production.
If that is the complete serial number, it was made in 1935. Value is $350-$650.
No way to price a weapon with just the serial number and no description.
You did not provide the serial number. If you have it, you can go to the Browning web site and they have sn data. Also, the Blue Book of Gun values has sn data in it.
You will have to call Browning.