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Need Stock for Browning 22 semi-auto

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by jbbor, Apr 7, 2013.

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  1. jbbor

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    I need a stock for Browning take down 22 rimfire. Perferable new. Jimmy Borum
     
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    Your best bet might be to get on the Browning Collector's web site and look.

    Just FYI. Depending on when your gun was made there are several different stocks for these guns. If it a Japan made gun then I think they are all the same other than the different grades. If it is a Belgium made gun they made at least 2 or 3 different kinds. It all depends on how the stock bolts on to the gun. Until the middle 1960's the stock bolted on with a bolt that went through the back of the pistol grip. After that they may be the same as the newer ones (not sure). The earlier ones were shaped differently where the tube feed goes in so you would need one to match the filler tube.

    I have had most of these and also have a book showing the differences. The serial number can be used to look in the Blue Book of gun values and get an approximate year of manufacture.
     
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