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Your Browning auto-5 magnum shotgun was made in the year 1960.

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You will have to call Browning with the sn to find out.


Answer 1958 - It was the first year of the 12ga Magnum.


It is a 12ga Magnum made in Herstal Belgium in 1962.


The letters PY that are in the middle of your serial number,indicate that your Browning Auto-5 Magnum shotgun was made in the year 1982.


Your Browning auto-5 magnum shotgun was made in Herstal,Belgium by the firm FN(Fabrique Nationale)for Browning in the year 1965 with the serial number that you have provided.


Where will be marked on the barrel or receiver. When is 1977.




The 4V prefix to your serial number indicates that you have a Browning auto-5 Magnum shotgun made by FN of belguim,in the year 1964.



The 71V prefix to the serial number indicates that you have a browning auto-5 magnum shotgun that was made by FN in belguim for browning in 1971.


This gun is a 12ga Magnum made in 1963.


Use the link below and go to the Browning friction ring diagram that is noted for the 3" magnum A5.


your browning auto-5 was made in 1951.


No serial number provided.


It was built in 1969 in Belgium. It should be a 12ga. Magnum.


your browning auto-5 was made in 1925.


Your browning auto-5 magnum shotgun with a 0V prefix dates your shotgun to 1960.It was made by FN of belguim for browning that year.FN stands for Fabrique Nationale which is located in Herstal Belguim,near Liege.


The A5 20 ga. was made in two models: Light 20, and Magnum 20. The Light twenty, sometimes just reffered to as a "Browning Twenty" was made from 1958-1976 in Belgium. The receivers are marked "Light Twenty" The Magnum version has a 3" chamber and was made in Belgium from 1967-1976. The receiver on this gun will say "Magnum Twenty" Other differences are the weight of the models


Falls outside recognized data. You will have to call Browning.



You will have to check the link.


The 7X prefix indicates that you have a Browning auto-5 shotgun in the magnum 20ga model that was produced by FN of belguim for Browning in 1967.


The 69G signifies that you have a Browning auto-5 Lightweight model that was produced by FN of Belguim for Browning in the year 1969.




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