You are referring to, I assume, the model 11 or Sportsman. Remington produced these guns under the Browning patent in the United States during the 1940s. I am looking for an answer to a similar question and I have not gotten an answer yet, but from people I have talked to I am told that good condition gun would fetch somewhere in the $250-$350 range, depending. From a collector or resale standpoint, it seems that Browning A-5's held their value more compared to the Remingtons.
1100 is a Remington, not Browning.
It depends on the browning model of shotgun you are asking about,and the condition it is in.
price value of browning shotgun serial number 35354
wondering price value of browning shotgun serial number 35354
What is the value of a 12 gauge Browning shotgun serial J68824?
just wanting to know the value of a browning shotgun serial # 37896
The value of an 11-87 Remington shotgun depends on the condition of the gun. This shotgun in excellent condition sells for between 50.00 and 625.00 as of 2014.
what is a remington 20ga shotgun patented 1891,1903,1904 worth?
It is a St. Louis Browning made by Remington for Browning. It was made around 1940. It's value is probably around $250.00 without seeing it. The B means it is a 12 gage. A was 16 gage and C is 20 gage.
Impossible to value with just the serial number and "shotgun".
browning shot gun hold 5 441
The shotgun is like new..
No such model name in the Browning line.
That shotgun was actually produced by Remington in the United States during World War II, when the FN plant in Belgium was occupied by the Nazis. Often called the 'American Browning.' Value ranges from $350-$500.
Tough question, the Remington model 550 is a .22 rifle not a 12 gauge shotgun.
Browning did not make the Model 11, Remington did. If you have a Remington Model 11 in 16ga, value is between $150-$450.
Are we talking about a auto-5 shotgun,or a BPS(browning pump shotgun),or a over-under shotgun(citori, or superposed)These answers would help me determine the value of your shotgun which was made in 1980.
in good condition around $225
1962.A Browning light 12 shotgun with the prefix of 3G indicates that your shotgun was made in the year 1963.
Try posting at Remington Society of America.
I would need to know what model of shotgun we are talking about before I can say when your browning was made.
That would all depend on the model of shotgun in question,the gauge that the shotgun is chambered for,and the amount of original finish remaining,and a good bore.Please include this info to get a estimate of value for your Browning shotgun.