My dealer just took in trade a Baby Browning 25acp that looks absolutely new in the pouch. He is asking $350 for it. I don't keep up with Brownings a whole lot, and I was wondering if this is a good price or not.
My FFL guy has one he's trying to pass off for 500. It sure is a cute little booger but their ain't no way I'd pay that. I looked at them at the last antique gun show and 500 was the top of the spectrum and 300 was about the bottom. I was thinking 49.95 ought to about right figuring for inflation in the last 80 years
If slide is marked "FN" it's worth $100 more than if slide is marked "BAC" (Browning Arms Corp.) %100 BAC is worth $350. I recently picked up a Bauer stainless (exact copy of Baby Browning for $175) My intention is to display tiny firearms as this and N.A.A. .22 short etc. BAC Baby's were imported as late as '71.