This is a mixed question. Which gun do you have? An Auto-5 Light twelve, is not a pump shotgun, it is a semi-automatic. Since 1979 is before the Browning Pump Model BPS was introduced, It is assumed you do have an A5. Value depends on condition. Typically with average use, these guns sell in the range of $500-$750 depending on condition. Mint in the box will go $1000+, but remember that this model has a fixed choke in 1979 and won't bring as much as the later Janaese made Auto-5's. The nickel plating you mention is not Browning factory finished. Browning never plated an auto5. You could have a silver receiver that was custom engraved, but it wouldn't be plated. If someone actually did nickel plate the gun, it could decrease value.
Manufactured between 1886 and 1916.
Most likely after market. 50-250 USD
You will need to contact Browning.
It stands for 'Nickel Steel', the material the metal is made from.
Please include the serial number(to date your shotgun) and the overall condition to get a accurate value to your Winchester model 1912 pump action shotgun.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings and features.
The composition of the 5 cent nickel depends on the country, and the time it was manufactured. Generally, the nickel coins have less elemental nickel in them than other elements combined, due to health and economic reasons. Currently in the United States: * 75% Copper * 25% Nickel Currently in Canada: * 94.5% Steel * 3.5% Copper * 2% Nickel plating
I would guess about 1980....................
Nickel has around 16 nuclides, of which 5 are natural. The average mass is around 58.7.
Blue or Nickel? Overall condition? Accessories? Range 250-450
It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke. It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke. It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke.
Impossible to answer. Are you referrring to a 25ACP or 9MM?
Two headed coins a manufactured as novelty coins and can be bought for about $5
mostly copper and nickel. a nickel is made mostly of copper. in fact, it is 75% copper and around 25% nickel!
The price of the Winchester shotgun model 1912 in a 12 gauge full choke nickel steel with an average condition is about 600 dollars to about 1200 dollars. This price varies with the current market and the condition of the stock and finish.
You can find nickel in: Kitchen Fridge Bank (money) Layers of the earth
Well Brah, no one knows! probably melting the 2 metals of nickel (80%) and chromium (20%)
- 10-1000+ USD depending on specifics.
Most likely this is the 'Baby Browning'. It should have a 2" barrel, no grip safety or slide lock. Before 1945 the word 'baby' was printed in the stocks at the bottom. These were most often blued with black plastic grips, but some were offered in nickel-plate with pearl grips. Over 1/2 million of these were produced between 1931 and 1983.
i would value your browning BDA at between 395-450 dollars in the condition you describe,If your browning is finished in nickel plate I would add 50 dollars to the above stated price.