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You will have to call Browning with the serial number.

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You will have to call Browning with the serial number.

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I can say that your rifle was made at the end of production.The Browning trombone model rifle were only made in the total amount of 150,000 grade 1 rifles.If you contact Browning directly through the customer service dept,they should be able to date your rifle.I suspect that it was made sometime in the 1960,s. the phone number for Browning Customer Service. Your serial number does not track with current production rifles.

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