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Drawing number

Can you read a drawing number on the barrel?
 

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The bottom one has a larger barrel support bearing surface dia. than normal ,that is odd :confused: i can think of two reasons 1) slowing the gun down on purpose or 2) to fit worn out supports that could not be replaced at the time :confused::confused: Any one else case to conjecture ?:help:

Any markings on the barrel that might date it ?
 

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yes there is a drawing number but Im at work now and bored, so I cant get to it right now. Will post drawing number tomorrow. bought 10 of the $55 special at OOW and really happy with them, some outside surface rust on some of them but 7 gage TE at 0, 1 gages at 1/2, 1 gages at 3, one gages at 8 . what a super deal !!

Ok just got home, looks like all the other barrel have D-28253 A17 or A10 or A8 this one has only D-28253-A must be a early barrel, it also has FAM on it and a serial number
 

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Looks like it just got passed by on the final machining step somehow.
 
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