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    Barrel ID Help

    I'm looking for a little help Iding a barrel. It's in a Colt 1911a1 I just bought, serial # 943xxx, all parts are correct but not really sure about the barrel. can't Id it with any barrel illustrations from Poyer and Riesch book. Thanks, Gene
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    My totally correct 1942 Colt has a G stamped on the bottom of the barrel. Hope this helps.
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