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FS Browning Broadway with 32in barrels pics

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by algebra1, Jul 6, 2010.

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  1. algebra1

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    For sale Browning Broadway with fixed chokes IM and Full.Gun was sent to Missouri to have the loose rib fixed.If interested e-mail for pics.Looking for
    $1200 OBO.
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    My Broadway (1960 vintage) has its opening lever in almost the same position yet it locks up very tight. Perhaps the Belgium Brownings were manufactured to different specs?

    I also notice that this Broadway has the exact same type of trigger shoe as mine. Algebra/Steve: do you know if the trigger shoe on your Broadway was factory-installed? Do you know year of manufacture? Thanks.

    LA in MA
     
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    That trigger shoe looks like mine also. I got it from Tyler Grips/Ace trigger shoes about 35 years ago.

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    I do not think the trigger shoe is factory.The serial # ends wth s 2 if that is any help
    Steve
     
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    That would make it a 1962 vintage. Looks nice. Might need the locking bolt welded up....can you show a picture of the ejectors? Old style or upgraded?
     
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    How about $1100?
     
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