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100-1000 USD depending on specifics

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You will have to call Browning to find out.


The closest I can come to the gun in your question is not a .38, but a .380 automatic. bojho was a marking used by the Yugoslavian Army on Browning 1922 pistols made by FN. Value of any gun is based on exact make, model, and condition. In Good condition, the Browning 1922 is about a $300-$350 gun.


FN would know when your Browning model 1922 semi-auto pistol was made.These well made semi-auto handguns were made from 1922-1945.several hundred thousand were made under Nazi rule during world war II (1940-1945).


no records of serialization exist prior to 1964 for Browning .380's. The Model 1922 was manufactured from 1922 to 1959 so it falls outside the records dates. There were several hundred thousand of them made by the Nazis from 1940-1944. If your gun has the markings from that era then that was when it was made and that makes it somewhat more valuable. if it has a waa103 mark it has some prewar parts and has a little higher value if it has waa140 a little lower value there both German


Requires professional appraisal


OK, let's properly identify this pistol. It is a CZ-27, made in Czechoslovakia under German occupation during World War II. The 'fnh' you undoubtedly are seeing on the slide is NOT 'Fabrique Nationale Herstal' but rather the German code for the Czech factory where that pistol was made. It is not a FN Model 1922, nor a Browning. Condition is absolutely everything on these pistols, and any special unit markings or rare variations can double or even triple the value to a collector. Please provide more information, and digital pictures if possible, to sales@countrygunsmith.net and we will do our best to help you out with an appraisal or possibly even purchase the pistol. www.countrygunsmith.net *Now I know what happened to the AntiqueGuns.com crystal ball! How did you get from a Browning Model 22 to a CZ-27? *Pretty easy. The 'Pistole Modell 27 Kaliber 7.65' was obviously copied directly from the left side of the slide and is the correct marking for a CZ27. At some point someone has misidentified this pistol as a Model 1922 Browning, undoubtedly because of the 'fnh' markings that a wartime CZ27 would show. Neither the FN Model 1922 or the commercially marked Browning version have the markings 'Model 22' so that makes the correct identification easy.


if you are referring to the model 1911 Colt pistol with serial number 444810, then it was made by Colt in 1918........................



Depending on condition,proof marks, and what country it was contracted for, between $250 and $800


100-1000 USD depedning on condition, accessories, box, papers, etc..




700.00 range. Depends on contract marks and military proofs.


Impossible to answer without a DETAILED description of ALL markings and features to include overall condition


Go to Browning.com, select customer service, then select date your firearm.


Your browning sweet sixteen was made for browning in 1922 by FN of belguim.



Depends on what type of 32 ammunition you are referring to.


According to http://armscollectors.com it was made in 1922. No none value.



If your browning is a auto-5 model shotgun,it was produced in 1922.The value of a auto-5 16ga with a 2 3/4 chamber is going for 325-375 dollars in 80-90 percent condition.If your 16ga is chambered for the 2 9/16 in shell,deduct 25% of the above listed value.


1922-1968. You will have to get it lettered by Browning to narrow it down further


These are mostly proofing marks and caliber and barrel length markings. There are books on the market that define Belgian proof marks


Its not a sweet 16. Sweets are a lightweight version of the 16ga. If there is no letter preceding this serial number, then you have an FN auto-5 and not a Browning Arms Co. gun. Your serial number indicates it was made in 1922, prior to the Browning Arms Co. guns. The FN stands for Fabrique Nationale which made the gun in Belgium. You barrel should say acier special. If it does, then it was made in 1922. Value is determined by condition, but at this age, normally FN guns go around 300-500 depending on the condition. Auto5man



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