How much is a Browning B-80 worth?

How much is a Browning B-80 worth?

B80 shotgun PRICE AND HISTORICAL VALUE A B80 shotgun is currently worth an average price of $663.89 new and $536.31 used . The 12 month average price is $663.89 new and $536.31 used.

What is a Browning B80?

The B-2000 was Browning’s effort at a gas operated shotgun. The B2000 was produced from 1974-1983, was expensive, and did not sell well. About 115,000 of them were sold over ten years.

Is the Browning B80 a good gun?

The B-80 was the stop-gap gun. It was moderately successful, but had the same problems that all the Beretta gas guns of that vintage had. The guns were advertised as “shoot anything”, but they wouldn’t. The barrel porting on the 3″ models was too small to permit use with American target loads.

Is fn a good gun company?

By all accounts, the FN 509 is a boringly reliable pistol. Marketing materials for the pistol emphasize that over one million rounds were fired through pistols during testing. However, it is competing in a very crowded field.

Why did Browning go to Beretta for the B-80?

This is why Browning was able to go to Beretta to “borrow a design” for a while. Browning had not had success with their B-2000 gas gun and wanted a stop-gap gas gun to sell until they could introduce their own design (the ill-fated A500, which sold about three guns).

What kind of choke does a Browning B-80 use?

The barrel I have on it is the 28″ Invector model with the early short Invectors. They pattern fine if you mike them and remark the chokes properly. With your Modified choke, you don’t have to do a thing- just shoot it. Modified is a great general purpose choke for open areas.

Are there extra barrels for a Browning shotgun?

We do not offer extra barrels or make extra barrels for the over and under as the cost is prohibitive. For those guns we do offer barrels for, see your local Browning Dealer Partner to order one. 3. Can I shoot steel shot in my Browning shotgun?

What does the back boring on a shotgun mean?

Most shotgunners are familiar with the phrase back boring. Often it is advertised as a way to reduce recoil and improve shot patterns.