FN Baby Browning

Mr. Mosin

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Three hundred bones a good going rate for a functional and cosmetically sound Baby Browning ? Roll marks are clear and sharp as can be expected, though the bluing is universally faded from carry. Functions as it should, bore is clean and sharp, no frosting.

Private party sale, no serial to run.
 
Three hundred bones a good going rate for a functional and cosmetically sound Baby Browning ? Roll marks are clear and sharp as can be expected, though the bluing is universally faded from carry. Functions as it should, bore is clean and sharp, no frosting.

Private party sale, no serial to run.
Dealers don't run serial numbers.

I love my Baby Brownings and yes the ammo ain't cheap.
 
In my state you must have:

1) No knowledge or reasonable suspicion that the property being received is stolen, and-
2) No knowledge or reasonable suspicion that the seller is a felon or otherwise prevented from legally possessing and transferring the property.

In our case, no record keeping of the the actual transaction is required, however many private buyers and sellers will ask for a copy of the other party's ID and /or a written bill of sale.

In some states, you are technically required to transfer the firearms through an FFL- who will perform a background check on the buyer- even on person to person sales. Other states require you to keep a record of the transaction.
 
In my state you must have:

1) No knowledge or reasonable suspicion that the property being received is stolen, and-
2) No knowledge or reasonable suspicion that the seller is a felon or otherwise prevented from legally possessing and transferring the property.

In our case, no record keeping of the the actual transaction is required, however many private buyers and sellers will ask for a copy of the other party's ID and /or a written bill of sale.

In some states, you are technically required to transfer the firearms through an FFL- who will perform a background check on the buyer- even on person to person sales. Other states require you to keep a record of the transaction.
I’m in MS.
 
Just watched one on auction few weeks ago that was in functional shape but was very worn. It finished at 280. But I mean it was very well worn with no finish left cracked up grips. Looked like it had been bouncing around in a tool box for many years.
 
A late buddy used to compare reloading .25s to picking fly chit out of black pepper. I do .32s, but they are really painless.
I've the Colt 08 VestPocket, which is another really nifty little machine. It doesn't get shot a whole lot, but it's fun for a change. I wouldn't bother with hollow points.
Moon
 
Picked this one up at the LGS as I couldn't resist it at that price!

Came with the original cardboard box along with the manual.
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Bought a nonfunctional but otherwise flawless Baby Browning for $200 including original leather case and manual at an auction about 5 years back. Had to repair trigger, then decided I liked the Beretta Jetfires better for 25ACP and sold it at $350. I regret that.
 
I had one. Beautiful little guns. Got it cheap. Also have a Bauer, it’s kinda sentimental. So. Kept the Bauer. Sold the browning.

Used to carry it with one in the chamber. Got older. Got smarter. Don’t do that anymore. It just lives in the safe.
 
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