The Browning Medalist was made from 1962-1974. Though promoted as a target pistol, the rosewood forend and elaborate grip provided a visual impact far greater than any of its competitors. Features included a 6.75” barrel with ventilated rib, a patridge front sight and fully micro-adjustable rear sight. The Browning Arms Co and its locations in Utah and Montreal are marked on the left side. Caliber and manufacturing origin are on the right side. Belgium proofs are under the barrel and left side of the slide. Serial number suffixed by “73” on the front strap. Original Browning marked magazine. Rosewood Schnabel contoured forend. Thumbrest grip with extensive checkering on each side. Fitted in black leatherette case, lined in red velvet. Compartmentalized for pistol, bullet block, accessory weights and screwdriver. Brass fittings include ownership plaque on lid and Browning oval in case. Instruction booklet with registration card intact.
Gorgeous Browning Medalist made in 1973, arguably the most beautiful target pistol extent in original Browning shipping case with bullet block, full compliment of accessories, shell deflector, key and instruction booklet.
Excellent, 99% with fine epoxy crazing around forend screw and slight thinning on magazine floorplate. No discernible wear around trigger guard, front strap or under tang. Comparable condition accessories and case that has no tears. Near excellent booklet. An absolutely wonderful Browning pistol complete with accessories and booklet as shipped from the factory in 1973. A HISTORIC INVESTMENT!