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  1. Shotgun ID & Value
    Hello all, I just bought what I believe to be a browning auto5 but I don’t know much about it and all the stuff I see online contradicts the last thing I read. Serial 24872 Stamped on the barrel manufactured- byRemington arms co. I lion.N.Y.U.S.A. There is what looks to be a G or a C stamped...
  2. New Members Read
    So, I've had a 1950 FN Browning Auto 5 sitting in the safe for a few years and got it out today to clean it up a bit. I noticed that the stock and front foregrip wood types are very different. I assumed that one of them had been replaced at some point. I took it apart and found that the numbers...
  3. Shotguns - General
    Hello, I'm a new member and recently acquired a 1954 Belgian made Browning A5 Light Twelve. I deer hunt with dogs in the southeast and we use buckshot. It is very very effective if you pattern your gun and practice with it as you all know I'm sure. I have yet to shoot my A5 as it is with the...
  4. Browning Shotguns
    I have a 1972 Auto 5 Light Twelve in like new condition, in the original box. No scratches or wear on the finish. But, it appears to have a magnum friction piece (narrow type) without the steel band (friction spring). Did the magnum have a friction spring? Am I understanding this right...
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