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Old March 8, 2013, 12:55 PM   #5
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FWIW, The "A-5's", that Remington made with the Browning name stamped on them while the FN factory was occupied by German forces during WWII, were actually Remington Model 11's (itself based on the Browning patent) - with SN's preceded by either an "A", a "B", or a "C" (depending upon what gauge it was).

Those Remington's are often referred to as"American Brownings" - AFAIK the only "A-5's" so called.

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