10 gauge Browning Gold

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10 gauge Browning Gold

Postby CutEmUp89 » Mon Jun 17, 2013 6:32 pm

A guy is selling his Browning Gold and didn't know how much it was worth. Bought it in 2006 and only used it 2 seasons. Great condition, other than one rib being bent. Whats a good price for this gun?
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Re: 10 gauge Browning Gold

Postby JWIN » Mon Jun 17, 2013 7:54 pm

Depends on finish, black or camo. Check the rib out, it may not be bent like you think. The older gold 10's ribs dip slightly in the middle, maybe the new ones too. I would think somewhere between 800-1000.
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Re: 10 gauge Browning Gold

Postby EdS » Fri Jun 21, 2013 1:20 pm

I bought a used on about 6 months ago. Wood stock / forend and blued metal. It had a few spots on the action where the bluing was gone, but no pitting. It fell right in the price range listed in the previous post. Mine patterened very well with BB and BBB steel, giving nice even coverage, high pellet count, and excellent point of impact. It breaks down easily enough for routine or "deep" cleaning. Compared with my SP-10 and Mag-10, I think it may be the best 10 Ga. semi going. -Ed
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Re: 10 gauge Browning Gold

Postby brokerbyduck » Sat Jun 22, 2013 6:40 pm

I've got one I bought new way back in the day. (code for I can't remember).
I wouldn't sell it for the above mentioned price but I saw a similar one at the local cabelas for $600.00 or $700.00. The model was just like mine, composite stock and black finish.

It would take over $2,000 to buy mine and I realize no one would pay that much. I'm content to keep it until I die. It is a wonderful firearm.

If you can buy it in the $700-$1,000 range and can spare the money, pull the trigger.
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Re: 10 gauge Browning Gold

Postby 10gaOkie » Wed Jun 26, 2013 6:16 pm

I bought my first Gold10 used for $600. Then when the Gold10 Light model came out, I bought a new one for $860. Two seasons back, I bought my third Gold 10 used for $500. shipped. All are synthetic black models.

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