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0-500 USD depending on exact configuration and overall condition.


Need a detailed description of all markings, condition, finish, box, papers, etc..




http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_value_of_a_Browning_Sweet_Sixteen


No way to value with just the serial number.


Depending on condition and exact configuration; a few hundred to multiple thousands of USD.



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100-1000 + USD dependng on specifics.


The number X1850 indicates the serial number.This serial number shows that you have a browning auto-5 16 gauge shotgun that was made in the year 1947.



A Browning over and under is worth about $1,000-1,500 on it own and the fact that it's a Belgium made Browing increases the price significanly. I would say somewhere in the range of $500 to $750 more. The belgium made Browning is the most collectible and popular.


You can get a historical letter from Browning that will date it if they have the records. Check internet gun auction sites for prices of ones similar to yours.


Need more info. Serial number and model would be helpful.



100-1000 USD or more depenidng on specifics.


your browning,if it is a auto-5 shotgun was produced in 1951.These are going for between 250-550 dollars depending on the amount of original finish left on the wood and metal.


What model of browning shotgun are we talking about? I would need to know this in order to help you answer this question.


Depends on condition and what grade. Could be a few hundred or multiple thousands. No way to tell without a better description.




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