A letter from Browning will remove all doubt. Could be 57 or 67
That is not the complete serial number. Value is going to depend on condition, and without further information is impossible to guess.
What Springfield Company are you referring too? Browning didn't have a Company in Springfield, but they did have their operations in St Louis Missouri. The Headquarters for the Browning Companies was in Ogden for many years, known as Browning Bros. and also the JM & MS Browning Co. In 1927 they created the Browning Arms Company in the United States to sell under that name the gun imports from Belgium. In 1931 Browning moved their Sales and distribution operations from Ogden to St. Louis Missouri and it remained there until 1964 when they moved to Morgan Utah. Browning guns are all from the same Company that imported, made and sold guns known as Browning's. Most all the Browning guns were made in Belgium and Japan, however some people have had confusion over the guns made in the USA, St. Louis Mo. These guns are the auto-5's that Remington made for Browning during WWII. They were actually made in New York by Remington, not in St Louis.
Louis Browning goes by Lou.
Browning offers history letters.
Your browning 16ga was produced by browning in belguim in 1949.
0--500 USD depending on condition.
Your browning auto-5 standard 16gauge shotgun was made by FN of belguim for browning in 1953.
This is a standard weight 16ga auto 5. It was made in 1962. The barrel should read: Browning Arms Company St. Louis Mo. & Montreal P.Q. If the barrel only reads St Louis and not Montreal, then the barrel is not original to the gun when it was sold.
This is the answer........... http://www.browning.com/services/dategun/index.asp Y-THINK-Y This gun was received in the FN warehouse in the latter half in 1955 before being shipped to St. Louis auto5man
This gun was made in 1947
No way to tell. The sn you list does not follow the standard Browning system listed here http://www.browning.com/customerservice/dategun/detail.asp?id=13
No. During WWII, Browning had Remington make an American A5 for them. Those guns were stamped Browning Arms Co St. Louis Mo., but they were actually made by Remington in New York.
Might have been brought into the USA by a service member.
Never made weapons in STL.
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It was made in 1938
50 USD and up dependning on specifics
The Browning Home office moved from St Louis to Morgan Utah and the barrel address switched on guns beginning in 1969.
Tekno Bubbles is a company based in St. Louis. This company sells black light reactive, or glowing, bubble juice that are called 'Tekno Bubbles'.