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This is a 12ga. made in 1937

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196000 as a percentage would be 1960%



Rounded to the nearest thousand, 195643 is approximately equal to 196000.


In one of his songs he says, "I did 280 shows last year, I bagged 7 bills (£700) every show", so I'm assuming he makes somewhere around £196000 a year for his shows. As for the songs I don't know. Sorry if it's not the answer you were looking for.


The fuel filter coming in side of the fuel tank on the fuel pump , but i thing no need to change because its hard job. I have 2003 model Mazda 6 alreday 196000 KM & i did not change the fuel filter. Regards Abdullah al brahim from K.S.A


Only a factory record check will confirm date of mfg., but it appears to be 1900. Taken froma Serialization List of Marlin Arms rifles obtained on the Internet and seen in a reference book at my favorite gunsmith's, your Model 1892 would have been made in 1899. The list showed serial # from 175501 to 196000 as being manufacture that year.


lets do the first couple of digits first and then add the zeros at the end. 12 time 16 is the same as 10 times 16 +16 +16 which make 192. We then have three zeros to put on the end: 192000. We then need to put in the units, if we are talking about 1600 lengths of rope then the units would be yards, but if we are talking about an area of 120 yards by 1600 yards then the units would be yards^2 196000


That depends upon the other number(s) with which 4900 has common multiples and will be one of the multiples of 4900, namely one of:4900, 9800, 14700, 19600, 24500, 29400, 34300, 39200, 44100, 49000, 53900, 58800, 63700, 68600, 73500, 78400, 83300, 88200, 93100, 98000, 102900, 107800, 112700, 117600, 122500, 127400, 132300, 137200, 142100, 147000, 151900, 156800, 161700, 166600, 171500, 176400, 181300, 186200, 191100, 196000, 200900, 205800, 210700, 215600, 220500, 225400, 230300, 235200, 240100, 245000, 249900, 254800, 259700, 264600, 269500, 274400, 279300, 284200, 289100, 294000, 298900, 303800, 308700, 313600, 318500, 323400, 328300, 333200, 338100, 343000, 347900, 352800, 357700, 362600, 367500, 372400, 377300, 382200, 387100, 392000, 396900, 401800, 406700, 411600, 416500, 421400, 426300, 431200, 436100, 441000, 445900, 450800, 455700, 460600, 465500, 470400, 475300, 480200, 485100, 490000, ...


The 0G prefix indicates that you have a Browning Light weight auto-5 shotgun,chambered in 12 gauge.This Browning shotgun was produced by FN of Belguim for Browning in the year 1960.


No such thing as a 22 Shotgun.


With the serial number that you provided,your Browning Sweet Sixteen shotgun was made by FN of Belguim for Browning in the year 1949.


All my research which goes back to 1909 indicates that FN of belguim never produced a browning auto-5 shotgun in .410 gauge.


Your browning auto-5 shotgun was made by FN of belguim for browning in 1957.




Japan, Portugal and Belgium


Your Browning auto-5 shotgun with the prefix of 70s to the serial number identifies that your shotgun was made in Belgium for Browning in the year 1970.


With the serial number that you provided,your Browning 16 gauge auto-5 shotgun was produced in the year 1929.


Your sweet sixteen browning auto-5 shotgun was made by FN for browning in 1963.


If your browning 16ga shotgun is a auto-5 then it was made by FN of belguim for browning in 1927.


The prefix of 2S indicates that you have a Browning Sweet Sixteen auto-5 shotgun that was made in Belgium for Browning in the year 1962.


Your 1952 produced browning 16ga. auto-5 shotgun is going for between 250 dollars and 550 dollars depending on the amount of original finish left on the shotgun and wood finish left.



The barrel will be marked "Made in Belgium"


It will be marked on the receiver/barrel.



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