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A few hundred to multiple thousands depending on specifics

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Q: What is the value of the browning 458 cal win mag made in belgium?
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What is the value of a Winchester model 70 Super Grade in 458 Winchester Magnum with a serial number of G998814?

Between $3,000 and $4,000, depending on condition. The Mdl 70 .458 was only made in Supergrade, which has a value about double that of a standard model 70.


What is the value of a Browning 7MM made in Belgium with the numbers 8L-47828 on it?

Your rifle was made in 1968 at FN Belgium. What grade is the rifle? The 1968 gun law forced Browning to start using the "L" in all of the long action rifles. It is difficult to know what grade a person may have based soley upon the serial number. For example, in 1967 the Safari Grade had the "L", the Medallion Grade had the "X" and the Olympian Grade had a "P". From 1968 until the end of production in 1975, the long action rifles had an "L" in all of the long action rifles (.300 Win, .308 Norma, .338, .458, .375 and 7 mm). Your Browning has a factory pad. It could be a short or long extractor as in 1968 Browning went to the short extracor, but still had some excess receivers left in the long extractor configuration. The long extractor is worth a little more money. Browning made a lot of 7 mm Bolt Actions (approx 8200 total and about 439 in 1968), so they are not as sought after from a collectors stand point. Your rifle may also have a salt wood stock. Numerous rifles have been produced under the Browning trade name over the years. 7mm is the caliber, and 8L-47828 is the serial number. To answer your question, you need all of the markings from the rifle, including the model number and place of manufacture (e.g., Belgium, Japan, etc.). In any event, for a gun with collectors' value, the most important element is condition. Without all of that information, no value can be estimated.


Value of a 458 finnbear sako l61r?

100-1500 depending on specifics


What is the value of a browning olympian 458?

At this time S P fjestads blue book of gun values rates a browning olympian grade rifle between 3,500-7,750 dollars depending on the amount of original finish remaining.The low end is for a rifle with 60% original finish,and the high end is for a fine specimen with 98% original finish remaining.


What is the value of a Montgomery Ward Hawthorne-Viking 458 pump shotgun?

depending on the condition 80 to 120. they were cheap guns. made for a department store. mines only worth bout 100

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What is the value of a 1965 belgium made browning 458 Winchester magnum?

Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.


What is the value of the 4 in 458?

Hundredths.


What is the value of a Browning Olympian 458 mag that is a salt wood gun with only very minor damage?

4500.00 It certainly depends on the type and extent of the damage. To the wood, medal or both? It is not a long extractor gun, correct? Also the engravers might add to the value. Figure of the wood could be a plus. The 458 mag is a desirable caliber.


What is the value of a Winchester model 70 Super Grade in 458 Winchester Magnum with a serial number of G998814?

Between $3,000 and $4,000, depending on condition. The Mdl 70 .458 was only made in Supergrade, which has a value about double that of a standard model 70.


What is the value of a Browning 7MM made in Belgium with the numbers 8L-47828 on it?

Your rifle was made in 1968 at FN Belgium. What grade is the rifle? The 1968 gun law forced Browning to start using the "L" in all of the long action rifles. It is difficult to know what grade a person may have based soley upon the serial number. For example, in 1967 the Safari Grade had the "L", the Medallion Grade had the "X" and the Olympian Grade had a "P". From 1968 until the end of production in 1975, the long action rifles had an "L" in all of the long action rifles (.300 Win, .308 Norma, .338, .458, .375 and 7 mm). Your Browning has a factory pad. It could be a short or long extractor as in 1968 Browning went to the short extracor, but still had some excess receivers left in the long extractor configuration. The long extractor is worth a little more money. Browning made a lot of 7 mm Bolt Actions (approx 8200 total and about 439 in 1968), so they are not as sought after from a collectors stand point. Your rifle may also have a salt wood stock. Numerous rifles have been produced under the Browning trade name over the years. 7mm is the caliber, and 8L-47828 is the serial number. To answer your question, you need all of the markings from the rifle, including the model number and place of manufacture (e.g., Belgium, Japan, etc.). In any event, for a gun with collectors' value, the most important element is condition. Without all of that information, no value can be estimated.


What is the place value of 7 in 7 458?

It would be seven thousand.


Value of a 458 finnbear sako l61r?

100-1500 depending on specifics


What is the resale value of a ruger m77 458 win mag?

500 USD or so


What is the value of a browning olympian 458?

At this time S P fjestads blue book of gun values rates a browning olympian grade rifle between 3,500-7,750 dollars depending on the amount of original finish remaining.The low end is for a rifle with 60% original finish,and the high end is for a fine specimen with 98% original finish remaining.


What is the value velocity of light?

The speed of light is 299 792 458 meters per second


What year was a 458 cal model 70 serial Number G1189095 made?

it was made in 1958


What is 458 as a percentage?

458 = 45800%

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