1964 Browning Superposed Lightning Grade 12-Gauge Over-Under Shotgun


1964 Browning Superposed Lightning Grade 12-Gauge Over-Under Shotgun

You are considering a vintage 1964 Browning Superposed Lightning Grade 12-Gauge Over-Under Shotgun. This whole gun can be described as “Floor Room Model Condition” as it is almost entirely defect-free. The metalwork retains its finish with no damage concerns, and the well-figured wood has crispy checkering with no cracks, gouges, or scuffs. The barrels measure 30-inches in length and include a front white bead sight with a vented rib — the top barrel features a full choke while the bottom is improved modified. The bores are bright and shiny with no fouling or pitting. The stock hasn’t been cut down, and the LOP measures 14.25-inches in length with its original buttpad. The break action and ejectors function as they should, and the shotgun locks up nice and tight. The gun appears to have been barely handled or used, and the break action is stiff. The previous owner engraved their name on the takedown lever.

  • Manufacturer: Browning Arms Company
  • Model: Superposed Lightning/Standard Grade
  • Serial Number: 27092S4
  • Year of Manufacture: 2004
  • Caliber: 12-Gauge Shotshells (12.7x70mm)
  • Action Type: Break-Action Breach Loaded
  • Markings: The only marking of note is the previous owners’ name
  • Extras: This shotgun includes its original browning-branded carrying case with all of its original paperwork and an unopened set of keys

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