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If there is a pin punch dimple on or next to the P marking on the chamber, it was removed from a M14 rifle. You could ask the seller to take and post a photo of the markings on the chamber. The barrel was manufactured during rifle production at Winchester. Chances are it was installed on a rifle. The barrel material is 4150 alloy steel.
 

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Started at 475$ seams very high to me. I do know the new Winchester barrel I last bought was 210$ just five years ago. I hope that I'm not behind the times already...

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Hey I puchased an M1A in Camp Lejeune about 12 years ago. It was built in 98 but it too came with a Winchester Barrel. I did some research on here. I was told by one of the "Gun Professionals" on here that it was a left over barrel from when Winchester suplied barrels for the M14. Im thinking mine was made in 61 or 62. I cant remember. Anyway he said it would be a great barrel since it was ment for the M14 platform that would shoot full auto. I have had it for about 400 rounds and it still shoots great. Good luck.
 

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Hey I puchased an M1A in Camp Lejeune about 12 years ago. It was built in 98 but it too came with a Winchester Barrel. I did some research on here. I was told by one of the "Gun Professionals" on here that it was a left over barrel from when Winchester suplied barrels for the M14. Im thinking mine was made in 61 or 62. I cant remember. Anyway he said it would be a great barrel since it was ment for the M14 platform that would shoot full auto. I have had it for about 400 rounds and it still shoots great. Good luck.
I'm passing on it.. Too expensive...
 
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