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Browning Superposed 20 gauge, made in 1960s, fine condition, how much is it worth? Art
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Ruhtra: Kidding aside, your Superposed is probably worth $1300-$2200, depending on actual condition and a few other details. This assumes all original parts and finish, Grade 1 Standard pistol grip or Lightning (round knob), and 80-95% condition ("Fine condition" doesn't mean much by itself). Browning used salt cured wood on some models in the late sixties and guns plagued by that rust near the metal and are very undesirable. Browning also made exotic versions such as Diana or Midas Grade, which could be worth $8-$15K, but if you were looking at one of those you'd know instantly that it was something special. In any case, some folks turn their noses up at Browning's old Superposed workhorse, but it is a fine classic American shotgun and, for my money, represents the foundation upon which all good O/U shotguns are based.

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