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Sold Pending Funds Browning Superposed 20GA LTRK

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by esetter, Mar 22, 2010.

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  1. esetter

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    Gun is sold pending receipt of funds. Thanks to all that wrote me about the gun. I have for sale a Browning Superposed in 20 gauge built in 1952 with a serial number 36XX(4 digit serial number). This is a round knob, long tang gun made in Belgium. This gun features 26 1/2 inch barrels with 2 3/4 inch chambers, and is choked improved cylinder and modified. The gun is in at least 98% original condition and no screw has been touched on the gun and only a couple of very, very, light handling marks. No cracks, dings, or dents in the wood. Bluing is a strong 98% on the gun with very slight wear on the forend latch and where the forend slides forward on the barrel. Stock dimensions are 1 1/2 X 2 3/8 X 14 1/8 over a Browning recoil pad. Weight of the gun is 6 pounds 9 ounces and balances like only a Belgium Superposed 20 can.

    Price of the gun is $2200 plus $35 shipping in the Continental U.S. and would easily be over $1000 higher if the Browning pad were not added at some point. This 1952 gun is in collector quality condition and has above average wood and great engraving. Will make someone a great hunting gun. Contact me at esetter5@roadrunner.com with any questions or for additional photos.

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    That is a relick---was the stock cut 4 the pad?---I am sure U could find an orig but plate---
     
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    I'm assuming it was cut although someone contacted me tonight and said they had the exact same gun and Browning lettered it as coming from the factory with a pad. It is 14 1/8 inch LOP over the pad.
     
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