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Old May 5, 2022, 08:31 PM   #6
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They definitely don't command the prices they used to. Used to be ANY Belgian Browning was worth a grand, but I have seen a lot of them over the past 10 years sell for three to four hundred. Sure, a really pristine one will get you about six or eight hundred, but that's pretty rare anymore. The generation that thought they were the best shotgun ever is pretty much dead, and the younger guys don't want them because they don't have screw-in chokes and they can't make them tacticool.
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