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Browning Superposed

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by HighTest, May 9, 2012.

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  1. HighTest

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    Browning Superposed. 28" barrels.
    2 3/4" chamber.
    Shells eject well and action seems tight.
    All serial numbers match and the Browning website says it was made in 1950.
    Nice wood with what might be a tiny,tiny chip behind the trigger housing.Never bothered me. Also, 4 1/4" from top barrel tip,the blueing has a worn spot.
    Nice gun. I am asking $1200.Thanks for looking.
    Alan
     
  2. southjblue

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    Looks like wood has been replaced---If made in the 50s it should have RK--LT.
    SJB
     
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    I think $800 would be a more appropriate price for this relic.
     
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