Thanks for the input........1962 is what I was coming up with as well but the 62310 part was throwing me for a bit of a loop. Some minor dings, blueing is good, probably a 7.5 to 8 out of 10 overall condition.
Own the gun and just trying to figure out what its worth. The "Twenty" seems to go for more than the "Light 12's". Can somebody give me a range of values for a 1962 Auto 5 Twenty in terms of 50%, 75%, 100% (near mint) of original condition. A range of value would help me. Thanks!!
I bought one with a stock badly in need of refinishing for $500. A quick check of Gunbroker shows newer models with asking prices over $1000. An auction to watch is for a gun like yours, current bid $500, reserve not met:
I have hundreds of guns and probably 50 shotguns. If I could have only one shotgun it would be a Browning Auto 5 in 20 gauge. I don't even own one. I have and shoot a Remy Model 11 20 gauge and love the gun. That gun is close enough to the Browning.
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