BROWNING RIFLES: SEMI-AUTO, .22 LR
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AUTO RIFLE GRADES I - VI Get Pricing

.22 LR or .22 Short (FN only, disc. - rare) cal., takedown design, 10 shot (16 for .22 Short) tube mag. in buttstock, 19 1/4 in. barrel for all .22 LR, .22 Shorts had various barrel lengths according to mfg. year: 19 1/4 in. for 1956, 22 3/8 in. for 1957, and 22 in. from 1958 until general production was disc. in 1983, checkered pistol grip stock, semi-beavertail forearm, stock has hole machined halfway to allow partial filling of tube mag., adj. folding rear or earlier wheel sight, grades differ in finish, amount of engraving, and quality of wood, 4 3/4-5 3/4 lbs. Early top loaders were mfg. from 1914 until approx. 1955. Modern tube loader mfg. 1956 to 1974 by FN Belgium. Mfg. beginning 1976 by Miroku in Japan.

Auto Rifle Grade I - Miroku (Japan Mfg.) Get Pricing

.22 LR cal., 19 3/8 in. barrel, polished blue receiver finish with scroll engraving, gloss finished checkered walnut stock and forearm, 10 shot mag., approx. 5 1/4 lbs.

Auto Rifle Grade III "Transition" (Japan Mfg.) Get Pricing

only available in Grade III, Japan mfg., Belgium engraved.

Auto Rifle Grade VI - Miroku (Japan Mfg.) Get Pricing

game scene engraved with gold plated animals (typically fox and squirrel on receiver sides), choice of blue or greyed receiver, deluxe walnut. New 1987.

Auto Rifle Grade VI 125th Anniversary Miroku Get Pricing

features silver nitride receiver with gold enhanced 125th Anniversary logo and delicate scroll engraving. 500 mfg. 2003-2004.

BAR-22 Get Pricing

.22 LR cal., 20 1/4 in. barrel, 15 shot tube mag., folding leaf sight, high polish steel receiver, checkered pistol grip stock, 5 lbs. 13 oz. Mfg. 1977-85 by Miroku.

BAR-22 GRADE II Get Pricing

engraved model of BAR-22 featuring game scenes on silver greyed steel receiver, select French walnut. Disc. 1985.

BUCK MARK RIFLE Get Pricing

.22 LR cal., Buck Mark pistol blowback action, 18 in. tapered barrel with Hi-Viz fiber optic sights (Sporter Rifle), heavy barrel w/o sights (Target or Field Target Rifle), or carbon composite barrel (disc. 2006), includes integral scope rail, uncheckered walnut or grey laminate (new 2002, no sights) Monte Carlo stock that attaches to non-detachable, one-piece skeletonized and enclosed rear grip assembly, separate forearm, 10 shot mag., 3 lbs. 10 oz. (Classic Carbon -disc. 2006), 4 lbs. 6 oz. (Sporter) or approx. 5 1/2 lbs. (Target & Classic Target). New 2001.
BROWNING RIFLES: SEMI-AUTO, .22 LR Miroku manufactured .22s can be determined by year of manufacture in the following manner: RV suffix - 1975, RT - 1976, RR - 1977, RP - 1978, RN - 1979, PM - 1980, PZ - 1981, PY - 1982, PX - 1983, PW - 1984, PV - 1985, PT -1986, PR - 1987, PP - 1988, PN - 1989, NM - 1990, NZ - 1991, NY - 1992, NX - 1993, NW - 1994, NV - 1995, NT - 1996, NR - 1997, NP - 1998, NN - 1999, MM - 2000, MZ - 2001, MY - 2002, MX - 2003, MW - 2004, MV - 2005, MU - 2006, MT - 2007, MS - 2008, MN - 2009, ZM - 2010, ZZ - 2011, ZY - 2012, ZX - 2013, ZW - 2014, ZV - 2015.
Currently, the Browning Custom Shop in Belgium is making the following .22 LR cal. semi-auto models: Grade II ($2,440 MSR), and the Grade III ($3,485 MSR).
On the following FN (Belgian mfg.) models, add approx. 10% if in NIB condition.

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