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Double Automatic Shotgun

Production of the Double Automatic shotgun began in 1955. Invented by Val Browning, son of John M. Browning, production ceased in 1971.

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Date Historic Information Serial Number Info
1955-57 The Double Automatic Shotgun began production in 1955. Accurate production notes were not kept during this time period.
1958-67 From 1958 serial numbers were preceded by the date of manufacture.
8A=aluminum receivers for 1958.
8C=steel receivers for 1958.
Example: 8C21601 = A 1958 Double Automatic with steel receiver and serial number 21601
A=aluminum receiver
C=steel recei
1969-72 In 1969 Browning started using two digits for the date of manufacture which was followed by a four digit code that identified the type of Double Automatic. The Double Automatic ceased production in 1972.
A=aluminum receiver
C=steel receiver
This was then followed by the serial number beginning with 1000.
Example: 69A1000 = A 1969 Double Automatic shotgun with an aluminum receiver and serial number of 1000.
A=aluminum receiver
C=steel receiver

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