What is the year and grade of a Belgian Sweet 16 3 shot serial 9S 33408?
Browning.com has sn data on their website under customer service. Grade depends on features that you don't list.
What is the age and value of Belgian 16 ga gun Standard weight with serial number X3851 in 80 percent finish with pad?
What is the age and value of a Browning A-5 Sweet Sixteen grade 2 serial 45255 with a 28 inch barrel in very good condition?
This serial number represents 1926, but it is not a sweet 16. It could only be a standard weight 16 ga. You could be missing part of the serial number. What makes you think this is a grade II? Please refer to the Browning automatic - 5 book. If I saw it I could identify it for you. Sorry, just to many questions to answer yours. Auto5man.
The "X" is throwing me off a little bit, but if the only numbers present are 94392 I would have to guess sometime between 1923 and 1940 b/c the sweet 16s were #ed 1-126,175 within this range. Value depends completely on Grade (there were 4 different grade models 1-4, each got a little more detailed as they progressed with more checkering and inlays), if it had a solid or vent rib, and obviously condition. The…
Pre-war (2 9/16" chamber) or post-war (2 3/4" chamber)? If pre-war, what grade? If post-war, plain barrel, solid matte rib, or vent rib? Belgian made or Miroku? In every case, what is the condition in relation to original? The range could be from nothing to around $1600. == Try the link below for more information on the sweet 16's
What is the year and approximate value of a Sweet 16 that appears new with gold inlaid engraving very nice wood and has the square pistol grip serial 7S over 603xx with no box or papers?
Most Browning Sweet sixteen are worth between $500 to $800. Vent rib barrells are higher in Value. If it is made in Beligum, the serial numbers match on the barrell and the receiver,90% original, Vent Barrel it could be worth up to $1000. Just because a gun is an A5 made by Browning does not make it a Sweet Sixteen. The standard 16ga Browning was made from 1906 until long after the Sweet Sixteen came…
It is 1959 production. True 'Sweet Sixteen' shotguns are very desirable and heavily collected. It's all about condition. Beater-grade guns with rust/pitting and damaged wood will only bring -maybe- $350, but minty-condition Sweet Sixteen guns with factory ventilated ribs and no aftermarket modifications will reliably bring well over $1000. firstname.lastname@example.org
Your serial number is missing a letter designation to be a Sweet 16. This number alone is for a Standard Grade 16ga made in 1930. Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Auto 5's with poly-chokes, compensators and recoil pads (other than Mag 12's) will reduce value. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_value_of_a_Browning_Sweet_Sixteen
Parker double barrel serial #131072 what would the grade be and date made.I can say that with the serial number provided,your Parker shotgun was made in the year 1904.As to the grade,that would be impossible to say without a detailed description of the shotgun in question.you may find that there is much info available to you thru the internet about parker shotguns that will assist you in deciding which grade of Parker shotgun you have.
With the letters mv in the middle of your serial number,this indicates that your Browning Cynergy shotgun was made in the year 2005.As far as the grade of your Browning shotgun,I would go to there web site and you should be able to distinguish the grade level by description and or photos that are located there.
What is the age model number and approximate value for a Belgian Browning 12 gauge serial number 4927 S2?
What is the value of a Browning Sweet Sixteen with improved cylinder vent rib gold trigger and a dove engraving that is not damaged and last shot about 30 years ago?
How do you date or find the model of a Belgian-made Browning bolt action with serial number 4L24384 if you have tried the website and it does not match anything there?
Your rifle is a 1964 Safari Grade long extractor mauser action as denoted by the L in the serial number (dead give away since it is a pre 1968 rifle). A Medallion Grade would have an "X" and the Olympian Grade would have a "P" in the serial number for the mauser actions so we know it is not one of those grades. The short extractor was not introduced until late 1967 to early 1968…