Browning Light Twelve
Guns International #: 101104391 Seller's Inventory #: 1004
Category: Browning Shotguns - A5 -
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Member Since: 7/14/15
First Name: Robert
Last Name: Sondgeroth
Country: United States
Phone: (765) 869-5638
Number of Active Listings: 4
Total Number of Listings: 9
Seller: Private Seller
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Types Accepted: Money Order, Certified Check
Why should you buy a Browning shotgun? The pleasure of owning a Browning shotgun is derived partly by legendary traditions of excellence started by John Moses Browning a century and a half ago. The original Automatic 5 shotgun established a standard that was never truly supplanted. "Everyone, from members of European nobility to Bedouin tribesmen, owned or wanted a Browning Automatic" p.139 Gun Digest 2013. This Browning Belgian 12 gauge Light Twelve has the gold-plated trigger. It is engraved. This Browning is hightly reliable (as the reputation of Browning). This Browning is a Light Twelve - "A Light Twelve, the most popular of all A-5s." p. 11 Gun Digest 2013.
This Light Twelve has lived up to all the hype. It has some scratches (see pictures). Barrel has no dents or dings and an excellent bore.
An excellent choice for fowl hunting.
The reliability is built in. Serial #78099. Pics are of the actural Browning.
This used firearm has a 3 (three) day non-firing, non-complete disassembly inspection period This used firearm is believed to be functional, however it is not test fired or reviewed by a Gunsmith. ***The purchaser assumes all risks and should have a Gunsmith evaluate the firearm before they shoot it.
The purchaser assumes all risks and should have a Gunsmith evaluate the firearm before they shoot it.
PLEASE INSPECT YOUR FIREARM FOLLOWING THESE CONDITIONS.
Serial Number: 78099
Caliber Info: 12
Metal Condition: Good
Wood Condition: Some handling marks
Bore Condition: Excellent
Barrels: 26 1/2 inches?