The gold trigger usually means that a Browning A5 is a Lightweight,in this case a Sweet Sixteen made after 1947. However, the sweet Sixteen was available from 1937 with this option and it has nothing to do with the value of the gun. Choke,barrel type,stock type and most of all condition are the driving factors with these guns. === === A pre war sweet 16 (1937-1939) has a gold trigger as did all Sweets. 1947 has no bearing on the question above. The script lettering on the left side of the receiver saying "Sweet Sixteen" showed up in 1948 + 49. Provide the serial number to determine year of mfg, and condition, then re-ask your question on Wikpedia.
Browning sweet 16 model s76727 value
browning sweet sixteen serial number 5s43804 what year was it manufactured
What is the value of a sweet sixteen sn x98973? In excellent condition
Not a valid Browning serial number.
1957. Value from $450-$1400.
That is not a Sweet Sixteen serial number.
If your browning is a sweet sixteen there should be a letter or 2 numbers and a letter prefix before the serial number.please include this to get a answer.
That's not a Sweet Sixteen serial number. In fact, it doesn't even look like a Browning number to me.
Sweet Sixteens, whether Belgian or Japanese, in original excellent condition, are bringing over $1000.
You will have to call browning or visit their website with the serial number.
No way to value with just the serial number. Call Browning for the age.
1964. Value from $500-$1400.
I don't believe that is a correct serial number for a Sweet Sixteen.