No. I visited the Browning Web site and found that the only caliber they had close to the 280 was the 270. Of the moderate priced rifles a 280 can be obtained from Remington, Thompson Center and you might be able to find one in a Winchester Mod 70 Lightweight.
Standard Vanguard is about $400. My references do not show they were made in .280 caliber.
.28 and .280 are the same diameter bullet. I know of no pistols in .280, with the possible exception of some of the single shot pistols that fire rifle cartridges. I know of no cartridge called the .28.
looking for info on Winchester model 280 in a 22 caliber simi-automatic. when made and value of the gun now. Thanks
Generally speaking, no. You can only fire the caliber for which the gun is chambered. There are some exceptions, but not many.
Yes- a very good deer rifle.
Without changing the bolt, the 110 can be fitted with barrels in 7mm-08, 35 Whelen, 30-06, 270, 26-06, .308, 243, and .280.
Many do, but, not all the time. You will have to call to find out.
Tika is a subsidiary of Sako, Berreta, company.
50-500 USD depending on specifics
100-1000 USD depending on specifics