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Old December 26, 2012, 06:37 PM   #2
m.p.driver
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Barrel date is behind the front sight on top of the barrel.Hopefully 1917-1919.They made replacement barrels during WW2,for refurbishment, and will be so marked.$200-$400,hopefully closer to $300 is still a good price.Soak the barrel over night and most of the crud would probably come out.If not CMP sells replacement barrels.
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