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I had a question the value of a few Browning over/unders. In your guys opinion, what would a Belgian Citori or a Belgian Superposed be worth if they were in good condition? Both are 12 gauge.


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The best way to determine prices is search the net for similar firearms.

Take a average and make your mind up what you are willing to pay and make your best deal on that information.
 
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A citori was not made in Belgium. The citori is a slightly different gun than the Belgium Superposed. The citoris were built in a lot of different configurations over the years. The Beligum Superposed were also built in different configurations. Price will depend on the configuration. Usually the Belgium Superposed is worth more than the citori. However, the citori is more modern (choke tubes, forend takedown, and can be steel shot compatible) so some people prefer the citori.

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$1200 to $2500 in most cases for the superposed, depends more on condition and age than anything else..easy information to pull up on the internet..not including extra furnishings like engraving etc. like anything else some will say they bought thiers for $600 to $800 and maybe they did, Id certainly try that if time allowed..thats why I add "in most cases"


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There are many grades of Belgian FN... including the Diana an custom order guns. Field grade guns in vg condition start around $1K. $5K to 10K would not be unusual for the best customs.
 
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