Force Fetch wrote:Thank you to all that said,"don't dip it". We are talking a classic and keeping it close to origional is the smart way to go. They make lots of guns already painted and dipped .
If the gun in question is like mine it is an extension of my mind and body when I shoot it. I seem to think my dogs even know when I un case it in the field and work better. Something about those old Brownings.
And when someone doesn't take care of a Classic ,it goes to hell fast ! In most cases ,it's not worth any more than alot less expensive gun in good shape and the less valued gun would look better ! I'm not saying The classic ,if opperational ,isn't a Great
hunting Gun , but a pile of junk is not very appealing ,having a abused Classic Browning can be a extention of my thoughts Too !