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Fabrique Nationale in Herstal Belgium made all of the Browning Belgian guns, even after 1950.

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Browning imported guns never did say "fabric en belgium". Those guns that were made by FN were all stamped "made in Belgium" on the barrels, for those guns that were made for Browning. There are Browning patent guns made by FN that were sold outside the US and not imported by Browning that may have said fabric, but not on a Browning Arms Co. gun. Browning stopped production on the A5 in 1976 when production began in Japan. Any gun no matter when it was made in Belgium would be stamped made in belgium. Different models were made at different times and production by FN varied as to when they ceased.



Some high grade double guns are still made there in the custom shops


A few hundred to tens of thousands depending on specifics


The very first A5s were made in Belgium in 1903. Several thousand were made for import to Browning and were marked "Browning Automatic Arms CO." After the first several Thousand, were shipped to Browning in the US, Fabrique Nationale (FN) made the gun for worldwide sales outside the United States. No more guns came into the US for 20 years. In 1923, Browning became "Browning Arms Co." and started importing guns from Belgium.


For a specific answer, please provide the model number. Most guns stopped production in Belgium in the 1970.


Some guns still are made there. Production started to shift to Japan in 1977


Need serial number to determine any guns date of mfg.


Production of the A5 in Japan began in 1976, but some Belgium FN guns were produced for Browning up through 1978. A special run of Belgian Mag 12's were made for the Browning Collectors Association in 1984. Keep in mind that FN in Belgium continued after the 70's to produce the gun for world wide sales outside of the US. These are considered "FN Auto-5's" and are not Browning Co. guns. auto5man


The 20 gauge was not made in Belgium until 1958. It was made during the 1940's in what is called the Browning American Auto-5. These guns were produced by Remington in the US (New York) for Browning after Belgium was overun by the Germans in WWII. The guns were made using Remingtons model 11 equipment. A few modifications were made to incorporate more of the Browning features and were all stamped Browning Arms Co. St. Louis Mo. Remington made for Browning over 11,000 20ga guns between 1940 and 1948.


From the start all browning guns were made by FN of belguim for browning between 1903-1975.After that all guns were made by Miroku of japan.


This is what is called an American Browning. These guns were produced by Remington in the US (New York) for Browning after Belgium was overun by the Germans in WWII. The guns were made using Remingtons model 11 equipment. A few modifications were made to incorporate more of the Browning features and were all stamped Browning Arms Co. St. Louis Mo. Your 12ga gun sn: B13614 was made and shipped to Browning in 1942.


What Springfield Company are you referring too? Browning didn't have a Company in Springfield, but they did have their operations in St Louis Missouri. The Headquarters for the Browning Companies was in Ogden for many years, known as Browning Bros. and also the JM & MS Browning Co. In 1927 they created the Browning Arms Company in the United States to sell under that name the gun imports from Belgium. In 1931 Browning moved their Sales and distribution operations from Ogden to St. Louis Missouri and it remained there until 1964 when they moved to Morgan Utah. Browning guns are all from the same Company that imported, made and sold guns known as Browning's. Most all the Browning guns were made in Belgium and Japan, however some people have had confusion over the guns made in the USA, St. Louis Mo. These guns are the auto-5's that Remington made for Browning during WWII. They were actually made in New York by Remington, not in St Louis.


it is a shotgun. i have a 12 gage more than just shotguns are begium made. I have a 30-06. == == Actually this is a very good question. There are many people that have heard that term over the last Century, and it's understandable that many people do not know. In a nutshell, It's a Browning Arms Co. Gun that was made in Herstal Belgium at The plant of Fabrique Nationale (FN). Bewtween 1903 and 1976 most all Browning guns were made in Belgium. Some guns are still made at the Custom shop of FN, but the majority are now made in Japan. To say a gun is a "Belgian Browning", it is synonymous with quality. The handcrafted work that went into Belgian Browning guns is widely accepted as some of the finest mass produced guns ever made.


This is what is called an American Browning. These guns were produced by Remington in the US (New York) for Browning after Belgium was overun by the Germans in WWII. The guns were made using Remingtons model 11 equipment. A few modifications were made to incorporate more of the Browning features and were all stamped Browning Arms Co. St. Louis Mo. Due to the original contract, to meet the quantities specified, Remington continued to make these for Browning after the war. No guns were made by Remington in 1943 or 1944. The last of these guns were delivered to Browning in 1949. Your gun sn: B42926 is a 12ga made and shipped to Browning in 1948.


It depends on the model. Most are made in Japan. High end shotguns are still made in Belgium for custom orders. Some pistols are made in Belgium and assembled in Portugal.


Browning, in Morgan, Utah.


Most Browning guns were made in Belgium by Fabrique Nationale (FN) until the mid 1970s when some production was shifted to Miroku in Japan. Today's Browning firearms are made in either Belgium, Portugal, Japan or in the United States.


No it is not a Sweet 16 number This is what is called an American Browning. These guns were produced by Remington in the US (New York) for Browning after Belgium was overun by the Germans in WWII. The guns were made using Remingtons model 11 equipment. A few modifications were made to incorporate more of the Browning features and were all stamped Browning Arms Co. St. Louis Mo. Your gun sn: A6416 was made and shipped to Browning in 1941. Sweet 16's are Belgian made 16 ga Lightweight guns.


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This is not a "Sweet Sixteen" model, but this is what is called an American Browning. These guns were produced by Remington in the US (New York) for Browning after Belgium was overun by the Germans in WWII. The guns were made using Remingtons model 11 equipment. A few modifications were made to incorporate more of the Browning features and were all stamped Browning Arms Co. St. Louis Mo. Your gun sn: A9984 was made and shipped to Browning in 1941.


In 95 to 98% condition these guns are valued $300 to $350. In mint condition around $400


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