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Your browning medalist with the weights and case included value ranges between 625-1,000 dollars based on your medalist having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining and a good bore.

Q: What is the value of a Browning Medalist 22 target pistol with a medium heavy barrel and weights in a locking red velvet lined black factory case?

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Assuming it is a standard grade and not a Goldline or Renaissance Medalist. Assuming you have a standard in absolute mint condition and all of the accessories, $900-$1100 depending on year of manufacture. 1962 would be on the upper end of value. If you have questions on what grade you have please call me at. Each grade of Medalist had a "T" in the serial number so it is hard to tell what grade you have for sure. Standard Medalist (introduced in 1962) = No engraving $900-$1100 Goldline Medalist (introduced in 1962, only 2 made that year) = Gold Inlay and different grip $2,300-$2,900 Renaissance Medalist (introduced in 1970) = Fully engraved gray Receiver and different grip $3,500-$4,000 T2 = 1962 T3 = 1963 T4 = 1964 T5 = 1965 etc until T69 = 1969 T70 = 1970

Your Browning X bolt composite rifle weights 6.5lbs empty.

Neutral, with the two heavy weights at the front and the two lighter weights at the back.

The trigger pull should only be adjusted by a trained gunsmith. Browning does not publish trigger pull weights.

You will have to shoot as many different weights as you can to find out. Each weapon will show a preference for one or two projectile weights.

Caithness paper-weights are produced in Perth. There is also a Caithness paper-weights factory that is located in Oban. Both of these locations can be found in the United Kingdom.

The Belgium made Browning Twelvette is valued at approximately $900. It has a 27 1/2 inch barrel and unloaded, it weights 7 pounds and 4 5/8 ounces.

Each weapon will prefer a different load. Only way to find out is to shoot as many different bullet weights as you can.

All weapons exhibit a preference for one or more brands and projectile weights. You will have to buy as much as you can and shoot to get the answer for YOUR weapon.

Impossible to answer. Each weapon will have its own preference. YOu must shoot as many weights and brands to find out what yours likes.

No, the weights are sold separately. The weights in the picture show where the weights are stored.

Each weapon will show a preference for one or more bullet weights/loads. Then only way to find out is to buy as many different types as you can afford and shoot them.