You can go to this link http://www.basspro.com/servlet/catalog.CFPage?appID=36&viewMode=list&catID=50&direction=ASC&gunid=1248&mode=viewGun and this one http://www.basspro.com/servlet/catalog.CFPage?appID=36&viewMode=list&catID=50&direction=ASC&gunid=1217&mode=viewGun Basically, there are two availabe from Bass Pro Shops Fine Gun Room. The first one is really interesting in that it's from 1932, check out the engraving! $12,499.00 The second one is 1971 and goes for $11,499.00 How much do you want for yours?
Need a detailed description of finish, condition, box, papers, all features and markings.
$1600 if in excellent codition
1k give or take a few hundred
depending on overall condition $350 - $500
500 USD give or take
Up to 500 USD or so
250-550 dollars depending on condition and a good bore.
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.
The value of a 1926 Belgium Browning A-5 12 gauge with custom stock is actually dependent upon a number of things. Most important would be the condition of the firearm.
100-400 USD depending on condition.
around one thousand dollars in good condition
To determine the exact value of a Browning automatic 20 gauge shotgun made in Belgium, a couple factors would need to be taken into consideration. Some of these things are the age and condition of the shotgun.
Check the auction sites.
$300-500 depending on finish / condition (speaking shooter condition) Auto5man