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A good friend of the family passed recently and wanted me to have his guns. He told me that they were his father's and grandfathers. One is a Browning Automatic FN, 12 ga. Ser #50667. It looks like it might have been a presentation grade as it shows the marks of a plate and the holes from the tacks on the stock.
The other is a Remington Arms Double barrel 12 ga. Ser #108992. It has a PA followed by a star under the barrels. It has a stamp, Patented October 30th, 1894.
Anyone have any idea how old these are and what their value might be?


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