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What is the value of a Belgian-made 6mm Browning nickel plated hand gun?

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2008-06-30 19:21:10
2008-06-30 19:21:10

Hello, this pistol range around $330 to $700, see gunsamerica.com under Browing Pistols. Good luck.... Are you talking about a 9mm or a 6.35mm pistol (aka 25 Auto .25 ACP)?

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