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gold trigger browning sweet 16

Question by backwoodshunter87. Uploaded on November 20, 2009

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

give you $200.oo

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from Jere Smith wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

- 16 ga., 2 9/16 in. chamber from 1937-1940, and 2 3/4 in. chamber from 1947-1975, similar configuration to Lightweight, 12 and 20 ga., gold plated trigger, 10 oz. lighter than Standardweight Model 16 ga., 1937-1940 mfg. Sweet Sixteens were available in pre-war Grades I, III, and IV. Mfg. 1937-1975 by F.N.

100%----98%----95%---- 90%----- 80%---- 70%---- 60%

Plain Barrel
$985----- $765-- $725--- $625----$500----$425--- $375--

Solid Matte Rib
$1,500- - $1,150-- $950-- $850-- -$700-- -$600-- -$500

Vent. Rib
$1,975-- $1,575-- $1,175-- $975- - $825- -$725- -$675

Subtract 20% for front safety.
Subtract 20% for 2 9/16 in. chamber.

Blue Book Values.

Good Luck & Happy Shooting !!!

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

Oh, those are a pheasant killing machine!

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from Jere Smith wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

- 16 ga., 2 9/16 in. chamber from 1937-1940, and 2 3/4 in. chamber from 1947-1975, similar configuration to Lightweight, 12 and 20 ga., gold plated trigger, 10 oz. lighter than Standardweight Model 16 ga., 1937-1940 mfg. Sweet Sixteens were available in pre-war Grades I, III, and IV. Mfg. 1937-1975 by F.N.

100%----98%----95%---- 90%----- 80%---- 70%---- 60%

Plain Barrel
$985----- $765-- $725--- $625----$500----$425--- $375--

Solid Matte Rib
$1,500- - $1,150-- $950-- $850-- -$700-- -$600-- -$500

Vent. Rib
$1,975-- $1,575-- $1,175-- $975- - $825- -$725- -$675

Subtract 20% for front safety.
Subtract 20% for 2 9/16 in. chamber.

Blue Book Values.

Good Luck & Happy Shooting !!!

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

Oh, those are a pheasant killing machine!

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

give you $200.oo

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