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    Help on this garand barrel

    Hi guys
    I would like any help to identify this barrel.
    It is mounted on a M1d danish rifle but i never saw it before
    Andy

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    Is there a picture?


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    That one is outside of my wheel house, I'm not familiar with those markings. Maybe an expert will chime in. I'm not as familiar with foreign or commercial made barrels if that's what it is. I don't know what the Beretta and Breda barrel markings look like and I believe the Danishicon made VAR barrels say so. I just plain don't know on this one.




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    There should be markings under the lower handguard too. On top of the barrel...
    Regards, Jim

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    These are the only marks present. The top of the barrel have no markings

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    Looks like a possible Danishicon replacement barrel .

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    If it is an M1D issued by the US than there will be a drawing number ending in 555. If this is a Danishicon replacement M1D barrel than no drawing number. The barrel looks like it has a Danish crown to the right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark1 View Post
    If it is an M1D issued by the US than there will be a drawing number ending in 555. If this is a Danishicon replacement M1D barrel than no drawing number. The barrel looks like it has a Danish crown to the right.
    Yeah i know about a 555 drawing.
    I found that the marks at the left ( ste star with a circle inside) seem to be taiwaneese marks.. but how can a taiwanesee barrel arrived on a danish m1? If it is really danish
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    Lots of things can happen to a rifle post-service. From the moment it hits the surplus market people can rebarrel, replace parts (very popular with the American arms to try and create 'correct' rifles) etc. Not saying it is or isn't just that once it hits the market anything can happen.

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