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    Browning 92 price check

    I have never owned a Browning 92. Always wanted one. Just wondering what the experts here thought about value. A 92 in 44mag, and one in 357. Both guns a solid 95%. Handling marks on wood, no rust, nice bluing. What do you guys think they are worth. I haven’t seen a 357 for sale around here in years. The 44’s seem to be more common. Just wondering what you guys think a fair price would be for both guns.

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    There was a like new Browning b92 in 44 mag at a shop near me that sold for $995 a few months ago. I would think the 2 guns in 95% condition for $1600 would be a fair price, I've seen them listed for $1500 a piece before.
    The browning lever prices are getting ridiculous
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    Quote Originally Posted by stein72 View Post
    There was a like new Browning b92 in 44 mag at a shop near me that sold for $995 a few months ago. I would think the 2 guns in 95% condition for $1600 would be a fair price, I've seen them listed for $1500 a piece before.
    The browning lever prices are getting ridiculous
    Yep, they are high. Or at l ast his price is. He is wanting 850 for the 44, and 1250 for the 357. Won’t budge a dime on the price of either one.
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    How is your recoil tolerence? The Browning 92 in 44 mag gives quite a thump, worse than my 1895 in 45-70. Might want to shoot one before you "pull the trigger". It has to do with the stock configuration and the steel butt plate.

    They're good lookers and well made, but I prefer my 1894 in 44 mag, if I'm gonna shoot it. YMMV
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    Browning makes a superb 1892 and the 850 on the 44 mag seems fair to me but 1250 on the 357 is all the money plus IMO. But if he's willing to wait he'll most likely get that for both. They aren't that easy to find in 357, no surprise, hence the price.
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    I would like to have both, just because I have always wanted one, but those prices...., that’s why I wanted some expert opinions. I guess all lever guns, especially in pistol calibers are just gonna keep going up. They are worth what someone will give, just not sure if I want to be that someone!
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    In the end it comes down to how badly you want them and what you're willing and able to spend, not what anyone else thinks they're worth. Cost does not relate to what it can be sold for later. Prices are always going up or down. If someone is interested in profit, the trick is to sell before the price begins to drop. But that's the difficult call, to know when the price is at its peak.
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    older 357 lever guns without a safety are bringing huge prices and don't last long, maybe this web site is too popular
    i would offer the guy with whatever you feel comfortable with if the market stays where it is you can always get your money back with 95% cond
    800 for the 44 and 1000 or more for the 357. all of the browning copies of winny's i have seen are tops in quality, fit, finish and function
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    I would not take $1500 for my .357. Nor would I take $1600...
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    I have a b92 in .44 ( bear in mind I live in scotland) and paid £600 / $740 for it last year. The quality is superb and it's a great shooter. If one came up in .357 I would have it in an instant. The trouble is, I've never seen another in either calibre.


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