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Value of a Sig/Browning

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Barbara, Apr 5, 2007.

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  1. Barbara

    Barbara Member

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    I have a friend who inherited a pistol and trying to determine the value.

    Sig/Browning BDA 380 Super. One mag, original box. Less than 100 rounds through it.

    Any insight?

    Thanks!
     
  2. dogtown tom

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    It will be either a Browning BDA .380 or a Sig/Browning .38 Super (no such caliber as 380 Super)

    There is a .45 SIG/Browning BDA on Gunbroker now for $525. I would guess your .38 Super would bring at least that much.
     
  3. Barbara

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    You know what? That was my fault. It's a .38. I was multitasking at the time. :)
     
  4. Ala Dan

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    A Browning BDA/SIG-SAUER (P220E) .38 Super is very rare indeed. In the
    condition you describe, it most likely would command a price close to $575. ;) :cool:

    BTW, there were only 752 units of the Browning BDA made in .38 Super
    caliber.

    FootNote: Source: 27th edition of Blue Book Of Gun Values by
    Fjestad
     
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