Serial#: G2495

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Information from the gunbroker ad it was listed in on 12/9/2008:

"Serial number on the action, upper, and bolt is G2495. The rifle was imported between 1959 and 1963. It is one of the original 1,863 rifles imported by the Browning Arms Company that were exempt from provisions of the NFA. This gun is near perfect and has not been refinished to the best of my inspection. The black painted finish is 95+%. The only faults on the gun are as follows. The side of the upper has been drilled and tapped for an unknown scope mount.(not included) There are scratches around the select fire block pin of unknown origin. The bore of the 21 inch barrel is in EXCELLENT condition. The action on this rifle is smooth and tight. The trigger is very crisp. The wood stock is in very good condition with some very light marks from handling over the years but no large dents or dings. The metal butt plate fits the wood perfectly. The grey/green nylon forend is in very good condition. The black plastic pistol grip is near perfect too. What you see is what you get. Mechanically this gun functions perfectly. We got this gun in an estate and have no more history on it. Contact us if you have any questions or need additional photographs. Three day no shoot inspection guarantees your satisfaction. The firearms offered have not been test fired but have been given a visual inspection only for auction purposes. "