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Depends on condition. A standard 'Baby' Browning pistol, blue, in typical condition would bring $300-$400. It also helps if you gave the dealer head... then he might lower the price
50 - 400 usd
Made in 1981
A 22lr semi-automatic pistol.
A Browning M1910 .32 caliber automatic pistol
9x18 is the Makarov cartridge. Browning never made a firearm chambered for it. They did, however, make such a pistol in 9x17 - otherwise known as the .380 Automatic Colt Pistol. It was actually the Beretta 84 'Cheetah', badge engineered and marketed as the Browning BDA 380.
Rifle or pistol?
The caliber should be marked on the slide.
75-450 or so
@ 200 USD depending on condition.
.32 Auto IS .32 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol). It's also known as 7.65x17SR, 7.65x17 Browning, and 7.65x17 Browning SR.
It is a type of pistol that was created by John Browning in 1911. The standard US Army 45 caliber automatic pistol was a Model 1911.
John Moses Browning was the creator- but he was working for Colt. BTW, the ACP means Automatic Colt Pistol.
that's how it was designed.
If you mean a 22LR, 200or so
Best to ask a gunsmith for assistance.
The 7.65 automatic pistol cartridge is also commonly known as the .32 ACP, or for short, .32 Auto. Any browning pistol chambered for .32 ACP uses 7.65.