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    P1917 with chopped barrel

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    New to the forum. I found you all while looking for a way to replace a 1917 Winchester barrel. I recently got one and it's been chopped.

    Any recommendations for this work? I understand there is some risk of cracking when doing this...

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    Chuckindenver is the only guy for the job. Try the CMPicon folks for a nice Criterion barrel. They are the way to go. Good luck.

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    Agreed, Chuck has done lots, just hand it to him and he'll finish it for you.

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