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Hopefully someone can confirm my findings and let me know what I should be insuring this shotgun for. It is a Browning FN A5 made in Belgium, It has the trigger safety and it has a butt stock without a pistol grip. All the writing on the LH side refers to the "Fabrique Nationale Herstal Liege Belgium Browning's Patenents" and the dates below that. There is no referance on the gun to Ogden Utah, and the right hand side has very little markings. The serial # forward of the loading port is 3442 with a little square box underneath, within that box is a "V". As far as I can tell this gun was manufactured in early 1924 as per the blue book. Iam just confused as the earlier posts indicate those guns have Ogdan Utah stamped on it? THE BARREL is aprox 28" long, smooth round with a small forward sight. It also has many makers stamps, along with "ACIER SPECIAL" stamped on it. Thanks
 
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