Dating browning firearms
Louis & Montreal 1G over 307XX I have a Browning Auto 5 16 ga, but I'm confused about the value. 1931, 1933, etc.) The condition is good with much of the original bluing still present, though worn. I see lots of descriptions for this gun, and the owners are giving specific years for which their gun was made prior to 1939 (i.e.
Louis & Montreal 68S over 783XX Light Twelve------------- St. I've seen listings for Belgium made Auto-5's (16 ga) for 0 and some for 1200-4000 and I can't see how they're different. I have a Browning 16ga serial number A7378 that is in excellent shape. Thanks, Bryan Please help me figure out the code on my Citori 20 gauge.
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