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    Light 12

    Picked up this beauty last night. I had made an offer which was well below
    book but was inline with what the market was bringing. After the owner
    received a couple of offers the same as mine he called me up.

    Glad he called me back since I was the first to make the offer.

    1967 Belgium made Browning Light 12. The only detractor is the butt pad.
    Really good condition. I do love old Browning Shotguns.

    It will look good resting alongside my Sweet 16!

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    Good looking old shotgun! Enjoy!
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    Very beautiful! I don't need one but someday I'll put one alongside my Belgium browning BAR so it can have a humpback brother.
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    Very nice. I just got a light 20 in for repair and it is almost too pretty to take apart.
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    Looks cherry......nice score!
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    Excellent find and kudos to the seller who honored the prospects in order. Speaks to their character!
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    Very nice.
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    Gobble gobble-Boom Boom. Nice heater, nice pix and sounds like a good deal enjoy it.
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    Great looking old Belgium browning. I have a couple of the Belgium browning 12 ga also. Got to love them.
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    You mention “light” but that is nearly a spitting image of my Browning A5 in 12G. Same shotgun?
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