How much a used Browning modle 870 shotgun costs can vary. The condition of the shotgun is one factor that impacts the cost. One can expect to pay close to $600 for one in good condition.
Browning never used the number letter combination of 1kg as a prefix to the serial number.If yours reads 1G then it is a light weight model that was made in the year 1961.
The model b-80 is valued at between 230-400 dollars depending on the overall condition of the shotgun.
Your Browning light twelve in the condition that you describe would bring 1,000 dollars for a model with the plain barrel.If your shotgun has a vent rib barrel,then it would be worth 1,200 dollars.I want to say that your shotgun was made in the year 1969,by the serial number prefix of 69G.
Go to Browning's website under Support then go to Date your firearm. Value of any used firearm depends upon condition and area of sale.
You have a 1987 Light Twelve. Value depends on condition. Expect $400 to $800 for a used gun. A professional appraisal is recommended.
I have seen them selling for 800-1000 dollars in my area of the country depending on how good the condition of the wood and metal are.
I would like to start out with I have never seen a Browning serial number as described by you.Are we sure that you have a Browning 16ga shotgun,or another made shotgun that may have used Browning,s patent?I must admit that I have never seen a straight stocked Browning shotgun or heard of one in my many years of collecting firearms.
Browning never used the prefix letter B on any of there shotgun,s serial numbers.