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Products include: (1958) Hand-Engraved Browning. There is nothing finer - that will be appreciated longer by the man, woman or boy who loves the out-of-doors. Superposed shotguns, Automatic-5 shotguns, Double Automatic shotguns, Automatic .22 rifles, Automatic pistols, Gun Case. (1958) New Browning Magnum Automatic-5. Vent Rib Model. Lightweight 20 gauge Automatic-5. (1983) Browning Pro-Steel Gun Safe. Your Best Weapon Against Theft. (1962) Browning Craftsmen. There is no substitute for the human mind and skilled hands. High-Power Rifle - 9 popular calibers. (1962) Browning Superposed Gun. 3" Magnum, 12, 20, 28, .410 gauge. Hunting, Trap and Skeet models. Five grades. All barrel lengths. Any combination of chokes. Also with extra sets of barrels of same or different gauge. (1980) Benchmark Doubles. Citori Grade V. B-SS Grade II. (1962) Challenger Automatic Pistol. The Nomad, The Medalist, Engraved Models. (1970) Inventor's experimental model Automatic Gas Operated Firearm, original model Semi-Automatic .22 Caliber Rifle, FN Semi-Automatic High Power Rifle, original model military BAR. (1983) Browning B-80 Automatic Shotgun. Upland, Waterfowl, Deer Shotgun. (1968) T-Bolt .22 Rifle. Also T-2 Model. A new kind of bolt action .22 rifle that's twice as easy to operate. (1958) The Men and The Guns That Win Championships. Bob Allen. Well known hunting clothing manufacturer, perennial All-American Trap Shooter and winner of the 1957 North American Doubles Championship, Member of the US Team winning the Match of Nations Championship at Monte Carlo. Rudy Etchen. Noted firearms authority, many times All-America Trap and Skeet Shooter and also a member of the US team winning the Match of Nations Championship in Cairo, Egypt. Rudy has won numerous North American and European Championships. (1962) Browning Telescopic Sights. Streamlined and carefully proportioned, richly polished and finished, lightweight and extremely durable. (1969) Browning BL-22. Photo: Originals of the Winchester Models 86, 87, 92, 94, 95 - invented by John M. Browning. Promontory Point, Utah. Site of the completion of the first transcontinental railroad 100 years ago. (1962) Browning 9mm High-Power Automatic. For Outdoorsmen and Enforcement Officers. The Choice of many NATO nations as their official sidearm. (1997) Browning Gold 3 1/2. The only gas-operated semi-auto that handles all 2 3/4" to 3 1/2" loads. (1962) 9mm Parabellum Pistol. Standard, Engraved Renaissance, Saddle Leather Holsters and Matching Belts. And More!
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