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Browning price question

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by mis-some, Dec 9, 2008.

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  1. mis-some

    mis-some TS Member

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    I ran into a Browning Grade one trap, older citori, 2 barrel set. Top single and o/u 32/34 fixed chokes. Great shape, old style Browning case. Guy wants to sell it and is asking $1800.00. Is this a good price? I know this is a poor explination of the gun but best I can do. What's it worth???
     
  2. ec90t

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    It's a good price if the blueing is still there and the lever is to the right. Those guns are good shooters.

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  3. Shooting Sailor

    Shooting Sailor Well-Known Member

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    These were selling locally about 20-25 years ago for $1150 in a Browning hard case. I didn't buy one then, as I was just married and trying to pay a mortgage and all those other things that come with marriage, and I am still kicking myself. A friend shoots one, and I look longingly at it every time it comes out of the case. Even allowing for variations in local markets, it seems to be pretty high. There must be some depreciation over a span of years.
     
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