Browning Firearms Museum, and the Liège Firearms Museum in the research for this publication. and Anthony Vanderlinden combined their knowledge in specific areas to make this publication possible.This book is, to date, the only accurately researched work on the Auto-5 shotgun and its production. This publication is to date the only reference book on the Auto-5 (A-5) shotgun prepared entirely with the extensive cooperation and support of Browning, FN Herstal, the Ogden UT, Browning museum and the Liege Firearms museum.however, on the reciever and barrel, Remington arms is engraved along with browning's patent...
Had a friend who wanted it so badly that I sold it to him.
Still have the two with the in the trigger guard "suicide safeties". So I'm already familiar with the recoil spring and friction ring settings.
Of course these are basically the same as the Browning Auto 5, but I never actually had an Auto 5 until now.
Hey i've got a Browning Auto 5 with the serial number 451100 and for the life of me i cant figure out how old it is. Yz125x Hey fellas, new to the forum, and I like what I see.
I've tried looking at the browning web site and the serial numbers dont match. If it doesn't have any letters down there, then it probably isn't 1961. Like Holden37 posted, I have some questions about my ole Browning A5. I hope maybe someone can shed some light on this for me.