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Belgium Browning,Diana,Superlight,Long Tang, $8000

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Justinosen, Dec 19, 2011.

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  1. Justinosen

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    Belgium Browning, Diana, Superlight, Long Tang, 12 Gauge, 98-99% 26 Inch Barrels "VERY RARE" CONFIGURATION.

    New Final Price $8000

    This Firearm is in great condition, with only a few handling marks in stock but not through the finish. And it has the original Browning case it came with.

    Long Tang, Flat Knob Stock Configuration. This is a custom ordered gun, not something that was ordered for inventory to sit on the shelf. The 26 inch barrels are choked Modified and Improved Cylinder with the "Tapered" Ventilated Rib. The Rib is thicker in width near the reciever and narrows as it travels down to the front bead. The top of the rib is not smashed down and all the engraving is perfect. Notice the pictures I took the engraving on this gun is way nicer in detail then most Diana's I have researched, maybe because it is a superlight I don't know. I love shooting the gun, It just hammers the clay pigeon's. In not a hunter but I bet its a dream to carry around the woods all day because it dosn't weigh much.

    Call me with any questions. I can send more pictures.

    Justin Osen

    586-524-3450

    Diana = In Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of the hunt and moon and birthing, being associated with wild animals and woodland, and having the power to talk to and control animals. She was equated with the Greek goddess Artemis, though she had an independent origin in Italy. Diana was worshiped in ancient Roman religion and is revered in Roman Neopaganism and Stregheria. Dianic Wicca, a largely feminist form of the practice, is named for her. Diana was known to be the virgin goddess and looked after virgins and women. She was one of the three maiden goddesses, Diana, Minerva and Vesta, who swore never to marry.

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    Hi, I might be interested. Are you the original owner, and do you have all the paperwork?
     
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    I am not original owner. I was told Texas Gun Shop had a fire back in the day so I had to get this document from Browning. Browning in a way I think was tring to offer me 2-1985 Grade 6's never fired consecutive serial numbers for this gun. Because he seen the print up and said it was a one of a kind order. I wanted this document because you will not find another one like this with this config. This gun to the right buyer is worth over 10K easy I was told 13K-ish but I just want to move it and not sit on it.

    Im really just selling it to buy a Kreighoff that I can shoot. I dont like shooting this gun because I would hate to slip and fall or drop it. I can get replacement parts for my Perazzi MX2000r/s or a K-80 but not a one of a kind Belgiun Browning. I also called browning to see what they would charge me to go through gun and service it, he first told me 8 months before they even touch it that they are backed up and I stopped it form there.
     
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    I see. I'll pm the rest of my questions. Thanks
     
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    MX2000 R/S This is my every weekend shooter. I have well over 15K into this one. $5100 for the barrels, they are 34 inch light 4 way adjustable sporting barrels,Plus $$$ Kerry Allor did the barrel work, The wood was $2000, The serial number is 144xxx. This gun is almost 2 years old. Its at Giacomo's getting serviced right now.

    I would sell it for $10K includes new extra firing Pins, and the Red Perazzi Doubles Case doesn't even have a mark on it.


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    Justin Osen
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    Definitely special order. Super-lights were straight grip with a slender forarm and a solid rib, at least, mine was.
     
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    Euro Joe I thought so too. But Glen said its a superlight with added skeet wood. Long Tang. That is why I paid 40 bucks for the documentation. Does your rib Narrow from the back of the Barrel to the bead?

    Im goin to weight it tonight. I shoot briely sidekick 28 gauge through it when I shoot it. If I run the 12 gauge it kicks like my old Belgiun lighting superlight. I dont know Glen at Browning said it a rare gun. If I was to order one in 1975 I would of opted for the skeet wood, I cannot shoot a straight stock it hurts my wrist at least in a 12 gauge And I think the straight stock look funky " In a nice way to put it".
     
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    can't help you, Justin. Gun is long gone.
     
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    Quality gun, quality photos. Nice to see nice pics posted ----
     
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    I've never seen a superlight that wasn't straight grip with a long straight trigger tang. I thought it may be a lightning but the letter says superlight.
     
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    Esetter I agree, But what do if you were selling it? Im getting alot of dummys that email me and say its not a superlight because the gun is on Gunsamerica, and Guns international. But browning says it is, I would bet because ot the vented tapered rib and long tang makes it there superlight I knoe a straight stock wouldn't weigh less then the skeet stock that it was ordered with.
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    WHAT WOULD YOU GUYS DO???????????????

    NEW PRICE $8,000 That is Final..... Or I'll use it for a boat paddle haha.
     
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    Bump Price
     
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