Browning Model Superposed Grade 1, CAL: 12GA, MFG: 1968, SN: 865...
Item # 4361
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Currently US $788 First bid $625
Quantity 1 # of bids 4
Time left 12d 17h 28m 47s+
Started 2021-04-29 00:00:00
Ends 2021-05-21 19:00:00
 
   

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Description

Browning Model Superposed Grade 1, CAL: 12GA, MFG: 1968, SN: 8651358, Break Action O/U Shotgun, Choke: SK1/SK2, 26 3/8'' barrels. The receiver, trigger guard & break lever display a very nice ornamental, scroll engraving. The checkered, pistol grip wood stocks are excellent with very few defects or light surface marks to the wood or finish. The metal blue finish rates 95% on the barrels & 90% on receiver with some light spotting loss on the receiver & near tang safety. Bores are excellent & bright, with light use. Gold plated trigger. The ventilated, matted rib carries a mid-rib & front ivory bead. Buttstock carries a ventilated, brown rubber Browning recoil pad. While this shotgun falls within the range for possible salt wood range, it's been silver nitrate tested & is clear. THIS IS NOT A SALT WOOD GUN! LOP: 14'' overpad, DAH: 1 1/4'', DAC: 1 3/8''. * FFL or C&R Req. - Value: 1250 to 2500

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Browning Model Superposed Grade 1, CAL: 12GA, MFG: 1968, SN: 865...
Item # 4361
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