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  • H2OK9
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    thanks TJT , will do .
    its my favorite one until I get something else then that will be my favorite one , its a vicious cycle LOL.
    still waiting for CMP to come through with a 1911A1 , but they are all out for now , one of these days
    waterdog out !

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  • TJT
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    Nice rifle water dog. Looks like it could be a legit type l Nat'l Match rifle. You did very well for only 8 small. Now go shoot it and enjoy it for what it is. That's one to be proud of, for sure.
    Jon

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  • H2OK9
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    I'm not the best picture taker so this is what I got hope that helps , I thought they would come out bigger but it is what it is.
    Last edited by H2OK9; 02-28-2019, 01:50 PM.

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  • TJT
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    We need LOTS of pictures and a more detailed description of the rifle. It's possible it was a home-brewed, counterfeit NM job that some one was trying to pass off as some thing it's not, or it could be totally legit. The stamp will be on the flat face of the muzzle, not on the inside bevel. For 8 small, you did well, regardless.
    Jon
    Last edited by TJT; 02-28-2019, 12:52 PM.

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  • H2OK9
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    I looked again , I was looking at the end of barrel on the outside of it
    with my untrained eye/knowledge and a small magnifying glass there is a small stamp / something but can't make out if its a star it is on the bevel going in. 1/32 is mighty small. never would have known

    picked this up from a gun show walker in San Antonio . no paper work from CMP or from him , has
    NM front sight ,
    NM rear sight and NM sight base
    NM windage knob
    NM op-rod
    gages at 1-TE & 1.5 ME
    you can tell stock is usgi but no stampings of any kind inside or out, all walnut
    what might it be worth without CMP papers ( I paid 8 bills for it ) so I know its worth that . anyone have an idea / number ( not for sale )

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  • TJT
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    The stamp on the end of the barrel is very small-only about 1/32" in diameter.It's either there or it's not. It denotes that the bore was air-gauged for internal uniformity.
    I have no idea what the 79 is on the top of the barrel.
    Jon
    Last edited by TJT; 02-27-2019, 10:07 PM.

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  • H2OK9
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    Did not find one , I thought the crown was / is the front of barrel , no room for a stamp.

    it does have a number 79 on top of barrel under the rear handguard , what ever that signifies .
    Last edited by H2OK9; 02-27-2019, 08:52 PM. Reason: add more chatter

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  • TJT
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    You have a "National Match" barrel, hence the different drawing/part number. The match barrels were numbered differently from the standard, "run of the mill" barrels. See if there's a star, or asterisk-looking stamp on the barrel crown.
    Jon

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  • H2OK9
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    I have SA with the barrel number of 7791035 SA 3-63 Y17 front of barrel has NM AF-PG

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  • RDS
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    The barrels SA made in the 1960s are high quality barrels and good shooters.

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  • Brad S
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    Thank you for the info Jon

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