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Q: What is a 1991 Browning BPS 12 gauge still in the box worth The barrel has never been in the receiver and it has gold inlay?
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Value of a Browning 12 gauge grade 6 shootgun?

You will have to seek a qualified appraiser. Values will vary based on the type of engraving, inlay(s), and name of engraver.

What is the year my belguim made browning 7mm rem mag was made and any history you might have thanks. serial number 6L 35148 it also has gold inlay on trigger guard and magazine is it special or not?

Your browning model safari bolt action rifle was made by FN of belguim for browning in 1966.All the safari model FN mauser bolt action rifles had the gold inlay on the trigger guard and magazine floor plate.these rifles are starting to bring very good prices.They range in price between 650-1,000 dollars at this time.You must beware of these rifles having salt wood stocks though.This was a process that FN used to increase the speed at which there stocks dried.The problem was that the salt used in this process attacked the barrel and metal under the stock.This will be evident by the pitting of the metal once the stock has been lifted out of the stock.Your rifle is included in this due to its time of production(1966).If this is evident then the value of your rifle will be diminished.I would apply a cote of vasilene to help kep this problem at bay and clean and reapply every couple of months.I hope this info helps.

What is a browning superposed Broadway?

The Browning Superposed Broadway shotgun is a variant of the popular Browning Superposed Over & Under double barrel shotguns produced in the late 1950s and 1960s (possibly as late as 1975). These shotguns were primarily intended for trapshooting and the "Broadway" term refers to the wide sighting rib (5/8" wide) running the full length along the top of the upper barrel. Standard Superposed shotguns typically had a rib 3/8" wide. The Broadway superposed shotguns were 12 guage (12 bore) with 2 3/4" chambers (3" magnum loads will not work in these guns and it is dangerous to try). Typically they Broadway trap guns had 30" or 32" barrels although it is possible that some custom lengths could exist. The original barrels had fixed chokes, usually modified, improved modified, and full in a variety of combinations with the most common usually being modified on the lower barrel and full choke on the upper. The Superposed Broadway shotguns were all made in Belgium and are exceptionally fine firearms. Many are still in use today by competition shooters despite being more than 40 years old. Some have had hundreds of thousands of rounds fired from them. Browning produced Broadway Superposed shotguns in a variety of finishes including the Midas Grade which included heavy engraving and gold inlay.

What is a Parker hale model 07 410 worth?

I have a Parker Hale model 07 410 dble trigger with checkering and inlay what is the value of the gun

Where can you get any info on a para-ordnance PX745E 45 cal semiauto pistol?

For more detail than contacting the maker which you obviously knew:) This is coming from someone who has one, me. It is an 80 series fp system (if familiar with 70,80 series differences and Kimber's Schwartz style safety operated by grip instead of trigger) rear cocking serrations and no front serrations (which I like) on slide. Has an adjustable trigger and if serial number starts with PX it will have Para's power extractor which is essentially a larger extractor than on a std. 1911. It has a plastic or 'polymer' mainspring housing and trigger which is adjustable by the way (not the trigger bow just trigger is plastic) which is absolutely fine and don't let anyone tell you it's crap because of this because guess what? Those who consider Kimbers to be God's gift to 1911's have polymer mainspring housings yep it's true and the TLE/RL II that I had cost $1200 had it! and so does Colt on their M1991A1 series 1911's and others that I may not be aware of. These parts can be easily swapped if steel or aluminum suites you better for piece of mind. Now,Para has made the move from Canada to North Carolina and my PX745E is Canadian made. The older ones you will see have the stainless colored grip, thumb safeties, along with mag release and hammer too along with rosewood colored grips and gold color para emblem inlay and if I am not mistaken, this is a special edition and is very handsome. The newer will have a fiber optic front sight and the barrel will say 'match' on it with all black parts called 'covert' black I think. There is another color called 'midnight' which is model PX745MB or something to do with M after the 745 symbolizing the word midnight but you get the picture! Ok now, you will read a slew of bad stuff on the net regarding Para quality and customer service. Take it FWIW there are alot of people that just piss and moan and others are ligit and some have never owned a Para or forum mentioning brand they just believe everything on the net. Anyway I have a buddy with the older PX745E and over 2000 rnds later no problems never failed to do anything. I have the same exact model older one with no problems either and I bought mine used on gunbroker for $600. It is smooth as molasses and VERY accurate. Most guns are more accurate than the driver but you can just tell:) When I received it I as I do with any gun new or used it gets torn down to the last screw for cleaning and lubing. Mine was very clean and well lubed when I received it-GOOD SIGN that it's been taken care of and it had nary a scratch. The only 2 things I noticed right off the bat were the #1 mag release- It was dragging badly,so bad that when pushed in sometimes it would not retract-easy fix with a very light file and some lube which did the trick problem solved. #2 the grip safety-had little tension from sear leg and was binding when depressed-another easy fix with slight file and pull of the sear leg bingo. This was a cause of someone monkeying with it before I got it. Other than that it's great. Yes it has MIM parts and that's an endless discussion because there is not a production 1911 out there that doesnt have them so dont listen to that crap either. The only way you will get non MIM 1911 parts is to by bar stock and fit them or by a top tier custom hand built 1911 which is big $$. I do know that the frame is cast don't let that bother you either...the Ruger SR1911 frame is cast and Ruger has been casting guns for years before the 1911 and yes even Caspian frames are cast. It just depends if the process is done right. Heck, if anything is not done right its not going to be as good or fail. So, I think the SSP PX745E is a great gun. It's accurate,handsome and costs alot less than others. They had some QC issues just like EVERY other manufacturer. Colt-owned by an Iraqi banking family yes the USA Colt! had major problems with QC in the past as well as Kimber and my personal favorite Springfield too.People judge by what they read and hear. If you want a Para and it fits your desire and likes go for it. The SSP is a great gun. Good luck-Chris

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What is a 1991 Browning BPS 12gauge with gold inlay still in the box worth The barrel has never been in the receiver?

500-800 or so

What grade is a 1960 browning superposed with blue receiver with gold inlay of pointer and quail on it?

Impossible to tell without pictures.

Value of a Browning 12 gauge grade 6 shootgun?

You will have to seek a qualified appraiser. Values will vary based on the type of engraving, inlay(s), and name of engraver.

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What was the last year that browning made the 12 gauge with the gold trigger in belgium?

1931-1940 and then 1948-1960. I believe only the midas grade had a gold trigger. It should also have gold inlay of a dog and ducks.

What is the value of a browning mini 25 cal pistol with gold inlay?

Impossible to answer. Is it factory done? Aftermarket? If aftermarket, who did it? Are they known in the engraving community? What is overall condition? How much and type of inlay? You need to contact Browning. For about 40 USD you can get a letter on it. Value could be a few hundred or multiple thousands.

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What is the value of a1969 Belgium made Browning 22 semi automatic with a gold inlay on the receiver?

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What is value of 1960s browning superposed Broadway trap 12 ga shotgun with gold inlay?

Condition means everything to determine value. A Grade I Superposed gun can run from $800 to over $3000 depending. In your case, a Broadway Trap runs higher. In the 1960's the only Factory gold inlay was on the Midas Grade Superposed which is the highest Grade. If you have a Midas Grade, your gun will have deep scroll engraving with ducks pheasant and quail along with the gold inlay on a dark receiver. A Midas Broadway in the most used condition will start around $2500 and go up to $10,000+. A Professional appraisal is recommended to detrmine which grade you have.

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