hello, it depends on the model and condition. If there is a way of providing me with a few pictures, I could give you an estimation of the value. Myis lweinlan@ .com
Impossible to answer without a serial number and detailed description.
No way to answer without a DETAILED description of ALL features, markings, finish, condition, box, papers, accessories, etc..
I would also be interested in any information that you find as I also have one.
Can't be answered without a detailed description of all markings, type of action, finish, barrel length, condition, accessories, box, papers, etc..
Fabrique Nationale (the name of the company) arms of war, Herstal, Belguim (place of manufacture. Brownings patent filed.
100-1000+ depending on specifics
gun shop, gun show, want ad,
This is an Auto-5 Shotgun
Depends on your pocketbook.
Impossable to answer without a description of the condition of your Browning shotgun,and the serial number.
Yes, but not easy to find.
I have a Fabrique Nationale D'armes deGuerre Hherstal Belgigue Browning s patent Depose nv 1466.23 SN #669464
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all features, markings and condition.
100-1000 depending on the specifics
Impossible to tell from just the serial number.
Impossible to answer without a detalied description of all features and markings. Also, finish and condition.
Impossible to answer without the model of pistol,caliber,overall condition,and a serial number to date the firearms production year.
Can you give us the model of the rifle? The letter "n" could not be used to identify the model. More info is needed.
Basically impossible to value with just the serial number.
Uses standard .32ACP ammunition. firstname.lastname@example.org
not much more than its US or Japan made counterpart
Please tell us what the model of gun is
It could be worth nothing or maybe a thousand USD, depending on exact configuration, age, overall condition, accessories, box and papers.
I own a .22 Brownings rifle . Made by Fabrique Nationale. I am attenpting to resore it. The tube that goes through the stock for feeding rounds into the chamber does not retain the ammo rounds. It is a tube with a spring inside. What prevents the rounds from shooting out before inserting the tube back into the rifle. Anny info will be much appreciated.online 1127169@
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