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Browning Arms - Superposed

Lot 892
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Estimated Price: $1,500 - $2,500
Belgian Browning Superposed 20 Gauge Skeet Shotgun
Serial # ManufacturerBrowning Arms ModelSuperposed
TypeShotgun Gauge20 Catalog Page181
Barrel Length26 1/2 Inch Vent Rib FinishBlue Grip
Stockwalnut ClassModern Long Gun RatingSee Condition
DescriptionManufactured in 1968. The barrels have two white bead sights, the chokes are marked skeet/skeet and the chambers are 2 3/4 inches with ejectors. Mounted on a multi-point checkered semi-beavertail walnut forearm and flat knob pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches.

ConditionExcellent, 97% of the original blue finish remains with some forearm and high edge wear along with some scattered light handling marks. The stock is very good as shortened with considerable crazing and scattered minor dings and scratches. Mechanically fine.
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