The Fn Browning Trombone 22: A Rare and Collectible Pump-Action Rifle from Belgium
I have a 22 caliber pump action rifle (made by Fabrique Nationale D'armes de guerre herstal belgique). Wood stock is a little rough and the markings on top of barrel by sight is made by FN in belgium and then says browning patents. On the left side of the barrel, looks like 'crown' markings and then its also says fl.22.c and a crown after that. On the main part of the body above the trigger is a'serial' number 3379. Please help what year would this be and how do I get more info in this gun
Fn Browning Trombone 22 Serial Number
Year of Manufacture: 1997 (The serial number of this firearm was written directly in the right side of the receiver. It does not show any information about the year of manufacture, the model or producer. Without more information, such as the serial number of the pistol, the year of manufacture can not be determined, although it looks to be in the low 1,000s)
I believe it was in the upper 90,000s. I am pretty sure that it is not a numbers 93001 and 96146 but I think it is 99001. The numbers on my rifle are 397468 and 99001 and were found in the g/o book.
Calvin: I have the following serial number for your PM. 434290. I believe it was in the upper 90,000s. I am pretty sure that it is not a numbers 93001 and 96146 but I think it is 99001. The numbers on my rifle are 397468 and 99001 and were found in the g/o book. Regards, kcbuck
Unless otherwise specified, we use a metric pull-down base weight of 21 grams for our instruments. The pull-down amount varies slightly depending on whether the trombone is a 17th Century "Light-Bright" or a 17th Century "Dark-Sunburst" finish.