More information is needed. Is this a Browning? What model and what condition?
Insufficient information to answer your question. Please provide more information as to model and condition.
It depends on the browning model of shotgun you are asking about,and the condition it is in.
Not enough information. The model and condition will determine value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.
Without more specific information on the finish and condition; 100-1000 USD
Without more specific information on the fininsh and condition; 100-1000 USD
$250-500 depending on condition
$300-900 depending on condition, which grade, and which model Browning,
Browning has information on their web site.
You will have to get it lettered from Browning to get that information
not enough information not much to a whole lot condition condition condition grade I to V etc and just about everything else will determin the value of this gun approximately $200.00 to $5000.00 +
Value depends on Condition and which year and model that you actually have. More information is required to help. Try the link below.
You will have to contact Browning.
the 16 ga. browning A5 is usually a good seller especially in mint condition. as to value, go to: gunsamerica.com look up the A5 selling price and compair......
The cost of a 257 Roberts by Browning will depend on the condition of the rifle. Prices range from $850 to $1,175.00.
About $450, depending on exact model, and exact condition.
The Browning website is one source. Browning, Sporting Arms of Distinction by Matt Eastman covers up unitl 1992.
Try contacting Browning via their website at www.browning.com
Matt Eastman's book on Browning.
The value of a Browning 9mm 1945 serial number 693398a depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 600.00 and 800.00 as of 2014.
This is really a Stevens / not Browning. These usually sell for $125-$300 depending on condition
Depending on exact configuration and condition, 0-400 USD.
Other than it being a standardweight Browning A5 12ga made in 1961, you dont provide much information. 26" open-choked guns bring more than 30" full choke guns, and condition is everything. Average to you may be poor to me. Without detailed information on a potentially collectable firearm, the best we can do is offer a range of $250 - $1000. www.countrygunsmith.net