Buy a copy of Fjestad's Blue Book. "Field model" is a general term that is usually used to describe a basic Grade, or standard grade of Shotguns. Sometimes the manufacturer themselves will use the term, such as the Browning Citori Field Model. This would in most all cases be a Grade I Citori. There are hundreds of different Browning Models with variations that it is impossible to quote a value. Model, guage, age and condition are all factors in determining value. Try looking up more specific information in the Blue Book at the link below.
AFAIK, Browning never made a model 810.
what is the value of a browning 12 gauge shotgun Special steel field model.Serial # 01942RP112
what is the value of a browning sweet 16 no. 51003
depending on condition $300-400
300 USD or so
Browning never made a Model 51 shotgun.
Browning did not make a Model 11.
A Browning field model bps shotgun is worth between 170-265 dollars for a shotgun with between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.
It depends on the browning model of shotgun you are asking about,and the condition it is in.
100-300 USD depending on condition, box, papers, etc..
No such model number ever used by Browning.
Browning sweet 16 model s76727 value
This is actually a western Field gun that was made by Stevens Arms co. It is on a Browning patent, but not a Browning gun. They usually sell for $100-250 depending on condition
Browning never made a model 306
No such model name in the Browning line.
That doesnt sound like a browning model. be more specific please
Depending on condition $300-$450
Be specific, what model?
No such model made.
Browning did not make the Model 11, Remington did. If you have a Remington Model 11 in 16ga, value is between $150-$450.
Can't answer about "Volunteer" question. Please tell which model. Volunteer is not a model by Browning
Browning did not make an Invector model. That is the type choke system of the shotgun.
What is the value of a sweet sixteen sn x98973? In excellent condition