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your 1953 browning sweet sixteen if it has a plain barrel would be worth between 500-950 dollars depending on condition,if it has a vent-rib barrel it would be worth between 775-1300 dollars again depending on condition.
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If your sweet sixteen is unfired and having 100% of its original finish remaining,the value will be as follows.A plain barrel shotgun is worth 1,075 dollars.A solid matte rib barrel model will be 1,650 dollars,and a vent rib barrel model will bring 2,100 dollars.
with these fine made Belgium shotguns,condition is everything in the value of your Browning Sweet Sixteen shotgun which was made in Belgium in the year 1957.They can be worth between 300-1,200 dollars if the original condition is quite prevalent and the bore is in excellent condition.
The value of your Browning Sweet Sixteen auto-5 shotgun round knob can not be determined without you giving a detailed description of the shotguns overall condition including the condition of the bore.
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I did not know that Sweets were ever made in Japan. I have an FN round knob, and my cousin has a square one. If they do exist, they are worth less than a Belgium(sp?), but, unlike an FN, will shoot steel shot. Ric -- Sure, They Did -- Miroku made the Auto-5 Sweet Sixteen from 1987-1992. Mint condition examples are bringing over $1000 fairly reliably.
Sweet 16's are popular and come in different variants. Since you did not provide a detailed description of the weapon, its features, finish, condition, box, papers, any accessories, barrel length, choke, etc. the answer can only be general in nature. You might be in the 100-1000 USD range, give or take.
your browning sweet sixteen with the 5s prefix dates this shotgun to 1965.as to value there are to many condition and varying deluxe features that would add or subtract from the value.I would have a look at s p fjestads blue book of gun values to get a correct value amount.
There should be a number in front of the S. without it I cannot date it.
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your browning sweet sixteen was made in 1965.assuming that you have a standard grade in 80% condition it would be worth about 625.00 dollars,if it has a vent rib barrel it would be worth 875.00 dollars. if the shotgun is in better condition say 90% the value would go up another 100-250 dollars.
In order to give you a accurate value please include the serial number to date your sweet sixteen shotgun along with the overall condition,and what type of barrel that your shotgun has (plain barrel,solid matte rib.or vent rib barrel).
Your shotgun was made inÊ1965. In 95% condition it could be worth $1500, more if it has a ribbed barrel and open choke.
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With the serial number that you provided,your Browning sweet sixteen shotgun was made in 1951.There are 3 distinct values for your browning sweet sixteen shotgun,which will be based on your shotgun having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.The plain barrel model is worth between 425-725 dollars,the solid matte rib barrel model is 600-950 dollars,and the vent rib barrel model is between 675-1,050 dollars.
depends if its a sweet sixteen and in good condition abput 1000
just bought one for $40. Might have paid too much but... its sweet.