Re: Belgian Browning Identification
I have a belgian made browning light twelve, I have researched it and found that it was made AND assembled in belgian in 1952.
This gun has been through several generations and I was wondering if any of them originally came with a pollychoke on the barrel, because mine has or ''had'' one until it broke off. the barrel seems to be original because it has all of the original matching markings on it. If it is original, where could i go about finding a replacement matching polychoke for it?