Now you can date your Browning firearm. The serial number found on your gun has the answer. This area will help you read that serial number.
To find your serial number, you will need to refer to your owner's manual. We have most owner's manuals online.
While every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided on serial numbers and dates of manufacture are accurate, records on early production models such as the Auto-5 and Superposed shotguns were not included due to the complexity of numbers, models and grades offered. Also, there have been unique limited-edition models that did not follow our regular serial number configurations and they are not included in this listing.
To find out about your gun's serial number simply click on your firearm.
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