Fabrique Nationale Browning 25 cal. Model 1906

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by JLips, Dec 24, 2010.

  1. JLips

    JLips New Member

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    I'm looking at an old 25 cal auto. Best I can tell from what I've seen on line is that it's a 3rd variation of the FN Browning model 1906. The serial number is 10588xx. It was manufactured in Belgium in 1939 based on what I've seen. Im wondering if anyone has any other information or an idea of what it's worth.
    Thanks.
  2. Jim K

    Jim K New Member

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    Unless the gun has some special markings or is in a presentation case, top value would be around $550 and that is if it is like new. In average used condition (70-80% original finish) but fully functional, they bring around $175-250.

    With a minor differences in the safety and takedown system, the gun is identical to the Model 1908 Colt Vest Pocket .25 auto, and most parts will interchange.

    Jim
  3. JLips

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    Thank you Jim.
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