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Old November 2, 2008, 09:41 PM   #13
James K
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That barrel was installed by Flaig's which was in business post WWII, so the barrel is no older than about 1950. But it is .30-'06, so a previous owner could have been firing WWII vintage GI ammo in it and that corrosive primed ammo could have rusted the barrel. All I can suggest is to keep cleaning.

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