What kind of gauge was the Browning Superposed?
The Browning Superposed proved to be an incredibly popular firearm and was relatively affordable for the working class. The Browning Superposed shotgun was originally produced in 12 gauge, 28 gauge, and 20 gauge. Later, a .410 bore was produced.
What kind of gun is a superposed 12 gauge?
A MINT CONDITION COP… (read more) BROWNING SUPERPOSED PIGEON GRADE 12GA 26” SKEET, ROUND KNOB LONG TANG, 1963 GUN, 98% BARRELS AND RECEIVER, EXC. WOOD AND BORES, IN A BROWNING CASE (read more)
How much does a superposed Browning gun cost?
Browning executives realized that for the Superposed to continue at the same level of quality, it would need to become a presentation grade, limited production item. In 1977, four grades were introduced, Presentation Models P1 to P4, with increasing levels of engraving, gold inlays and wood quality. Prices ran from $3,000 to $6,000.
Who is the master engraver of the Browning?
BAERTEN WAS BROWNING’S FACTORY MASTER ENGRAVER FROM 1955 TO 1987. A MINT CONDITION COP… (read more) This is a gorgeous Browning Superposed Midas Grade over/under field combo in 12 and 20 gauge. 28″ barrels both, choked Mod/Full.
When did the a 500R Browning shotgun come out?
The A-500R shotgun was introduced in 1987 and discontinued in 1993. It was a short recoil operated model, made in Belguim and assembled in Portugal. To find your serial number, you may need your owner’s manual. We have most owner’s manuals online.
Is the Browning Superposed shotgun still in production?
The Superposed features positive ejectors as well as a single trigger with a barrel selector. The Superposed is currently in production and has been produced in a wide variety of configurations. The Superposed is still a popular shotgun and continues to be produced for Browning in Belgium.