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What is the value of a Japanese made Browning Auto-5 26 inch barrel with vector choke in excellent condition?


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2008-11-12 13:49:23
2008-11-12 13:49:23

Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Auto 5's with recoil pads (other than Mag 12's) poly-chokes and compensators will reduce value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.


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About $550 for plain barrel, $850 for vent rib. This is for EXCELLENT condition, lesser condition less $$$.

If your browning auto-5 is in excellent condition(85-90%)original finish?I would assign a value of 550-650 dollars.

if it is indeed in excellent condition the value would be between 550-650 dollars.

That would be a Model 732 2.5" barrel, Excellent condition $185-195 - add $25 for 4" barrel.

What are the other markings on the barrel? Does the serial number on the bottom of the barrel match the one on the reciever?

$150 - $400 depending on condition and year made (barrel markings determine the period when the barrel was made)

Do you mean you have an extra barrel, or are you calling the tube magazine below the barrel another barrel?

About $300-$400 depending on condition and barrel configuration.

The question can not be answered without a detailed description of all markings, finish, condition, box, papers, accessories, type of action, barrel length, sights, wood, etc..

With all original parts and 95% original finish, plain barrel = $625; matte rib = $825; vent rib = $950.

A browning safari grade rifle in a standard caliber,and the condition you describe is valued at 995-1,100 dollars.

Depends on condition. $350-$400. Poor condition less, excellent condition more.

Depends on the condition of the gun. Original stock, forearm and barrel Barrel length and choke size. Most important, was it made in Belgium Average condition $350-$500 Excellent condition, Belgium made, original componets $850-$1,000. If you still have the box add $500 to $800

your 1953 browning sweet sixteen if it has a plain barrel would be worth between 500-950 dollars depending on condition,if it has a vent-rib barrel it would be worth between 775-1300 dollars again depending on condition.

From 4000 to 7000 depending on condition. Nothing under 3500

The browning auto-5 shotguns are going for anywhere from 375-650 dollars depending on condition.

This gun is a 1963 Auto 5. Value depends on condition. This is a Belgian gun and likely the 2nd barrel is a Japanese barrel with the invector chokes. Typically these guns in a "mixed" two barrel set / cased - run $1500-$2000. A mint 63 could bring more in the right market.

If in "new in Box" condition it will bring $1300-1500

Your Browning which was made in the year 1947 will bring between 350-550 dollars,depending on overall condition,and a good bore.A vent rib barrel will bring more than a model having a plain barrel or solid matte rib barrel.

If it is all matching, all original, and in excellent condition, value would be at least $900. Matted-rib guns will bring another $300 or so. This is original, excellent condition. Guns with finish wear or damage to the stocks drop off fast.

If your browning has a plain barrel it is going for 250-625 dollars depending on condition,if it has a vent rib barrel you can add 150 dollars to the above values.

No way to answer without a detailed description of the overall condition, gauge, accessories, etc..

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