Also, there are no serial numbers on this shotgun but there are a series of dates, 1900, 19001 and it says Browning patents - manufactured at Remington arms - How can I date this gun?
The breech is the hind part of the metal part where you insert or eject cartridges.
You need to see a gunsmith
Give it a thorough cleaning.
You need to see a gunsmith.
You have a problem that needs the attention of a gunsmith. Browning's web site can point you in the right direction.
The problem is it will not eject. Is it clean? Is good quality ammunition being used? Is a quality magazine being used? Is the magazine clean?
From Browning's website - "allowing the shooter to retain shells in the magazine and eject a shell from the chamber without feeding from the magazine."
Certainly. Or, you can use a competent independent gunsmith - sounds like an easy fix. www.countrygunsmith.net
Send it back to the maker. It should still be under warranty.
Yes, it has a straight down bottom eject.
Try a thorough cleaning. If it still does it, send it back to Browning with a complete detailed description of all issues.