"BROWNING 1950 SUPERPOSED SHOTGUN MADE IN BELGIUM. SN 1841. Cal. 20 ga. Fine early Browning superposed shotgun with vented 28" bbls having one silver bead, choked IMP. CYL/MODIFIED with 2-3/4" chambers. Single selective trigger with long tang, round knob stock with drop at heel being 2-3/8" and drop at comb is 1-3/8". Gun carries typical early limited scroll engraving with Browning and John Browning bust on bottom of receiver. Standard forend and stock checkering. Length of pull is 14-1/4", bore dia. is .612 with top bbl having .022 and bottom .012 constrictions. Weight of gun is 6 lbs. 10 oz with bottom bbl thickness .040 and top is .049. CONDITION: Fine. Bluing is fine on bbl and receiver and would rate 95-97%. Bluing on forend iron and trigger guard would be 75-80%. Forend is in fine shape showing most of its original finish. with a few fine handling marks. Stock is fine showing just a few handling marks, complete to Browning hard rubber butt plate. Bores and mechanics are fine. 4-59751 BT1 (2,000-3,500)"
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