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Answered 2009-02-12 00:05:02

It wil be marked on the barrel.

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Goes beyond published data. You will have to call Browning.

It will be marked on the barrel or receiver. Most likely Japan or Portugal.

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No it does not. The Browning BPS Hunter is a shotgun. The "410" signifies the shell size (guage) in this case .410

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