blue book on browning "92" 357mag


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atvalaska
March 25, 2009, 05:28 PM
i've looked over the web can't fine much.. on a still in the box "browning 92" 357 mag it is in 98/99% (dnnib) cond its been fired ..but the Only way i know that is the guy told me so! One clean gun. need a start point.. i already have the 44 mag one w/peep great gun....

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Float Pilot
March 25, 2009, 07:10 PM
The Brownings were the best of the model 92 clones.

If you really need to sell it, I would suggest going to the Single Action Shooting Society site (SASS) http://www.sassnet.com and put an add in the for sale wire.
The cowboy shooting folks like 357 caliber carbines so they can shoot 38 specials and downloaded 357s without going broke. Although I personally disagree with the practice since it is not historically accurate.

If I had the money I would be all over this carbine, But like you, I find the 44 mag more practical for up here in the extreme west.

Mountie855
March 25, 2009, 07:54 PM
Blue Book 29th Ed. lists the '92 in 100% @$550; in 98% @ 450; add 15% for 357Mag cal.

Might bring higher prices on Gunbroker/Auction Arms.

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