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VALUE AND PRODUCTION DATE BROWNING NOMAD P7 ( 22CAL) PISTOL.

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I AM LOOKING FOR THE VALUE AND PRODUCTION DATE FOR A BROWNING NOMAD P7 ( 22CAL) PISTOL. SERIAL# ***** ONE OWNER SINCE PURCHASED IN SEPT 1967 MINT
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Blue Book of Guns, Firearms Appraisals
Expert:  Tom replied 11 months ago.

Hi,

Thank you for your interest in our Firearms Appraisal service. The information you provided was used to properly identify the information below. Here is the information you requested about your Firearm taken from www.bluebookofgunvalues.com

Manufacturer/Trademark – Browning

Model/configuration – Nomad, 22 LR, 4.5" or 6.75" barrel, 10 round magazine, Steel or Alloy frame

Finish (Assuming original) – Blued with black plastic grips

Serial Number – 82634, Manufactured in 1967

Additional Information – Produced from 1961 to 1974 by FN

Estimated condition based on the Photo Percentage Grading System – Mint condition per customer

Estimated Value Range – $400 to $475 Add 10% for alloy frame

I trust that this information will be of interest. If you have further questions, or require assistance in the future, please feel free to contact me via pearl.com’s question service.

For other firearms related information, please visit www.bluebookofgunvalues.com

The above values are current for private party sales, expect 20% to 25% less for a trade in allowance.

Sincerely,

Tom

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