Item Gone: FS 1970 Belgium Made - Browning Light Twelve, Semi-Automatic - 2 Barrel Set...

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Item Name: Item Gone: FS 1970 Belgium Made - Browning Light Twelve, Semi-Automatic - 2 Barrel Set...

Location: Loganville

Zip Code: 30052

Item is for: Sale Only
Sale Price: $2,900

Caliber: 12gauge

Willing to Ship: No

Bill of Sale Required?: Yes

Bill of Sale Info: DL or GA carry permit

Item Description: This is a 1970 Belgium made , Light 12 gauge, Browning A5-2 barrel set. (Barrels are -26" and 28" vent rib - Markings indicate, I believe, that the barrels are a full choke and a modified choke) The gun is immaculate - (case w/key, instruction booklet, wood, bluing etc...) It will not shoot 3" magnum but will shoot 2 3/4" , 12 gauge steel or lead shells (See diagram bellow) I purchased the shotgun from an estate collection and to my knowledge, it had never been fired. I have fired it twice. Since then, it has been in my collection.

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This is a 1970 Belgium made , Light 12 gauge, Browning A5-2 barrel set. (Barrels are -26" and 28" vent rib - Markings indicate, I believe, that the barrels are a full choke and a modified choke) The gun is immaculate - (case w/key, instruction booklet, wood, bluing etc...) It will not shoot 3" magnum but will shoot 2 3/4" , 12 gauge steel or lead shells (See diagram bellow) I purchased the shotgun from an estate collection and to my knowledge, it had never been fired. I have fired it twice. Since then, it has been in my collection.
That’s a beautiful Hump back you have there!,
 
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