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Browning T-Bolt

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by claybusting, Mar 26, 2002.

  1. claybusting

    claybusting G&G Newbie

    I just traded for a Belgium Browning T-Bolt 22lr and would like to know what they are worth bluing is 85-90% shows litte bluing wore of the tip aof barrel and has a few dings in stock from normal use Just like to know what I have
    Thank John
  2. There was a type I and a type II. I think the only difference was barrel length and checkering. It should have a peep sight attached to the dovetail on the receiver. Mine was made in 1970 and has "salt wood" that has done considerable damage to some of the metal along the stock line. I have never be able to get mine to shoot real well. Perhaps the barrel is to thin to expect any real accruacy from it. I guess I looked for more from Browning.
    I see them for sale in the magizines for $300. to $450. They can certainly have mine for that price.