Where is the serial number on a Browning BT 99?

Where is the serial number on a Browning BT 99?

The true complete serial number of the BT-99 can only be found underneath of the TOP LEVER.

What is a BT 99 shotgun?

Browning® designed their BT-99 Single-Shot Trap Shotgun specifically for winning trap competitions. The BT-99 trap gun features a walnut stock and beavertail fore-end; the buttstock comes equipped with a thick, ventilated trap recoil pad.

How much does a BT 99 weigh?

7 lbs 12 oz
They appreciated the consistent, reliable performance and great value the BT-99 offered. Today is no different….$1,469.99 – $1,469.99. MSRP.

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Item Number 017075403 UPC 023614397199
Drop at Heel 1 5/8″ Weight 7 lbs 12 oz
Rib Width 11/32″ Barrel Finish Satin Blued

When did Browning leave Belgium?

In about 1973 the Browning Pump Shotgun (BPS) began production at the Miroku factory, and in 1976 production of the legendary John M. Browning-designed Auto-5 shotgun made the move from Belgium factories to Miroku, in Japan.

Where do you find the serial number on a Browning?

To find the year of proof of your (Post 1975) Browning or Miroku shotgun you’ll need to find the Serial Number. On most over and under shotguns this should be situated under the top lever… and on Semi-Autos somewhere on the receiver… In the Serial number there are two letters together – This is your date code.

Where is the serial number on a Miroku Browning?

To find the year of proof of your (Post 1975) Browning or Miroku shotgun you’ll need to find the Serial Number. On most over and under shotguns this should be situated under the top lever…. and on Semi-Autos somewhere on the receiver…. In the Serial number there are two letters together – This is your date code.

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When did the Browning A5 shotgun come out?

A5 or Auto-5 The Browning A5 or Auto-5 was patented in 1900. FN began production in Belgum in 1902. At the start of WWII production moved to Remington in the United States until FN could resume production after the war, actually 1952.

How can I find out what model my Gun is?

If you don’t have this it is likely that your Gun is an earlier model. Enter your Browning/Miroku date code in the box below and click SEARCH!