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automatic 4 shot serial number is 1kg182.

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If we are talking about a Browning auto-5 shotgun in 16 gauge?Then the serial number that you provided indicates that your shotgun was made in the year 1950.


You need to contact a professional who deals exclusivley with Brownings. What you describe, if done by Browning, was a custom order and it's value could be more than a small nation's GDP.


This is a Reminton 32 inch Magnum full choke 12 gauge shotgun. Circa 1950's


Made in 1950. Value depends on whether it is a Sweet Sixteen or a standard weight, originality, and condition. A mint condition original Sweet Sixteen would bring well over $1000.


This Shotgun was made by Stevens their model. 520. Made from 1930's to 1950'S Although the shotgun was Browning patent marked, it was not made by Browning.


This is a Browning Auto-5 Shotgun, 16 guage made in 1950. It is chambered for 2 3/4" 16 ga shells


Your serial number indicates that your Browning sweet sixteen auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1950.


I paid $650 for a 1950's produced model in excellent condition ... but that was cheap.


With the serial number that you have provided,your Browning auto-5 standard weight shotgun was made in Belgium in the year 1950.the value will be between 325-400 dollars for a shotgun in the condition that you have described.







1950 sn range 285001-315000 per Browning's web site.


your serial number indicates that your Browning sweet sixteen model auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1950.


Your Browning light weight 12ga shotgun which was produced in the year 1950,will be valued at between 340-450 dollars for a shotgun showing between 60%-90% of its original finish.If you have a vent rib barrel light weight 12ga model the price will be between 415-630 dollars for the same amount of finish as quoted above.



If that is the complete serial number, it would have been made in 1908. It should have the safety in the front of the trigger guard. These early guns generally are in lesser condition and bring lesser money than guns from the 1950's and later. Around $350 in typical condition.


Assuming it is an Auto-5 12ga, 1950. sales@countrygunsmith.net


It should be 1950. Check this: http://www.browning.com/services/dategun/detail.asp?id=13


the Remington .32 model 141 is not a shotgun but a pump action dear hunting RIFLE. It was made between 1938 and 1950, and has a value in good condition between 250 and 300$


Your serial number indicates that your Browning auto-5 standard weight shotgun in 16 gauge was made in the year 1950.The value will be between 325-375 dollars for a plain barrel model,375-450 dollars for a solid matte rib barrel model,and 475-550 dollars for a vent rib barrel model in the condition that you describe.


Your Marlin model 90 shotgun was made from 1937-1958.The letter G prefix to your serial number indicates that yours was made in the year 1950.The value will range from 230-400 dollars,depending on gauge and if your shotgun has a single trigger(more) or double trigger(less).


My dad and I bought a Stevens Mod. 940 single shot 16 gauge at a hardware store in 1950. model # 940



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