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F/S - 32" IM/F -1968 Browning Broadway Lightning

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Barry C. Roach, Apr 15, 2009.

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    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    mechanical or inertia triggers?
     
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    Some later guns were Mechanical
     
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    Yeah, I used to have a '72 with mechanicals but it got away from me. I knew a 68 wouldn't have mechanicals but once in a great while you find a fooler. Just checking.
     
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    what are barrell length what is it choked monte carlo or straight price you did put anything down let me know interested thank you
     
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    Ifitfliesitdies.
    A bit of bad form to use another man's venue to sell your guns.
     
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    Barry. It appears that it is now ifiitdies thread. Skeet bailed.
     
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    For the sake of arguement... All of those are "Saltguns"

    Why? Not because thay have tested negativeor positive by removing the pad screws, rather that they arre of the 67 to 71 "Salt Era". And unless you have a letter of authenticity form Browning that states that the salt wood as been replaced, then they are guilty till proven innocent. And the changing of screws does not disprove that the guns are of the "Salt Era".

    The bigger question is how much does being fomr the "Salt Era" dimminish the value? That is up to the buyer and seller to reconcile.
     
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