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Browning Superposed 20ga

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by creature, Mar 30, 2013.

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  1. creature

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    Made in Belgium in 1964
    LOP 14"
    DAC 1.385"
    DAH 1.818"
    BBL 26.5"
    Chamber 2 3/4" and 3"
    White Line Pachmair butt pad
    White bead front sight
    Vented Rib
    **$ Skeet Chokes
    Round for end
    Long tang
    Widened trigger piece
    Serial # 337XX V4
    Asking $2000 shipped


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  2. drgondog

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    Picture of the serial number under the tang? It ought to look like xxxxxV71
     
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    Serial # 337XX V4
     
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    Serial number posted indicates 1964 date of Mfg.
     
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    Serial number posted indicates 1964 date of Mfg.
     
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    Damn, that's crazy. The guys at Browning told me 52 when I called. Thanks.
     
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    1964, no doubt. Jeff
     
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    Thanks for the info, I'll adjust that.
     
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    I was brain dead - that definitely is a 1964 serial number, it looks to be in great shape, definitely not salt wood. Too bad it's 26 1/2.
     
  10. drgondog

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    You should be able to get more than $2k if you are willing to be patient.
     
  11. creature

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    bump to top
     
  12. ABH

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    3" Chambers and skeet chokes? Were the chokes altered from factory specs?
     
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    I have no idea. It has the **$ which signifies skeet chokes(IIRC) and it says 3" on the side of the barrel. I can try to get more pics of those areas later today.
     
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    I had a couple superposed 20's about then and IIRC, they just came with 3" chambers. Of course, mine WERE field guns.
    Shoot safely
    ///olde pharte///
     
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