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Old 07-12-2013, 03:55 AM   #1
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Default Belgium Nazi Browning

Wondering on value of this gun, has been in the family for decades and has been to the range a few times but spends most of it's time under a mattress in a childless house.
I have taken pictures however don't know how to attach in the required format. It has matching serial numbers in various spots and the German symbol with WBA140...I figured out how to get the pics!

How does one go about selling an item like this?
I have too many guns and would rather sell than have them get stolen one day.

Thanks for your time!

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Old 07-12-2013, 05:09 AM   #2
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Here's a link to one for sale. Maybe it will give you some ideas: http://www.gunsinternational.com/Browning-Model-1922-FN-7-65mm.cfm?gun_id=100201460 good luck

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Thank you for the link and your time!

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Fredex, if you are going to sell that, please PM me.

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Looks like the one Winds-of-Change has.

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Fredex, if you are going to sell that, please PM me.
Hi, trying to come up with a reasonable value, I'll let you know when I do, Thanks for your interest.
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The one winds has, has the removable end on the barrel I keep looking at one a local guy has its the same as winds other then the Nazi part, if I remember right
If it was mine Id find something else to sell !!!

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The one winds has, has the removable end on the barrel I keep looking at one a local guy has its the same as winds other then the Nazi part, if I remember right
If it was mine Id find something else to sell !!!
Thank you, for your time and input, I appreciate it!
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I would say with the Nazi markings somewhere in the $300 range, possibly more. If it was mine I would not sell it or anything else Nazi marked. They just keep escalting in value and are getting hard to find in your 1922's condition.

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