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Answered 2007-12-27 08:39:23

You can find information right here on WikiAnswers. You have a gun that was made by Fabrique Nationale (FN) in Herstal Belgium. FN made the Belgian Browning guns that Browning imported and sold under their own name. Most of these guns were also made and sold by FN to other World Markets; Technically, these guns are not Brownings, but FN guns. Most of the early brownings & FN guns have all these marking on their guns, with the exception of "Acier Special" which means Special Steel. Acier Special was only stamped on the FN guns, and never the Browning Arms Co. Guns. Provide the model, guage, serial number, and your question. Please give us a try to answer it for you. Thank you

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