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Old February 27, 2013, 10:44 AM   #3
PetahW
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AFAIK, the SN co-relates to 1950, that's a Standard Grade gun which looks like it's had a Cutts Compensator , recoil pad, and checkering added.

IMHO, it's a $250 shooter.

All "FN" & "Browning" A-5's were made in the FN plant in Herstal, Belgium up until Browning moved production to Miroku Gun Co, Japan, in 1976 (IIRC).

"Acier" = "steel", which stamping "Special Steel" is an advertisment for quality.



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