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.
.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
Standard Vanguard is about $400. My references do not show they were made in .280 caliber.
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.
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.
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