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I have a 1964 Browning Superposed 12 ga., F/F, 30" barrels. It is the "Magnum" model with 3" inch chambers.

Does the magnum feature add to the value of the gun?

Why didn't Browning make all the Superposed guns with magnum chambers?

What difference does 2 3/4" and 3" make in the performance of the gun when shooting non-magnum shells?
 

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BROWNING SUPERPOSED VALUE? 2 3/4

Shooting a 2 3/4" shell in a 3" chamber increases felt recoil.
 

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BROWNING SUPERPOSED VALUE? 2 3/4

The real value of the Browning Superposed "Magnum" are the 30" barrels. 30" barrels are more desirable for Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clays. Shotgun Report writer Bruce Buck is sold on the 30" Supers because they balance much better than Citori's.
 
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