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    I just went and looked at notes quickly for a Garandicon I have. Its five digit/w 44 barrel, saw cut gas cylinder. #20555 or something like that.
    Nothing extra ordinary I can tell from it other than it has the concentric ring trigger guard and it runs like oiled glass when its in use.

    I received it from the CMPicon a few years ago. Rack or Field grade it was,and when I ordered it I requested a new barrel at the same time which went on something else.
    Luckily for me, I didn't need to replace it .
    So, I replaced the op rod spring, went over it, shot it a few times and was surprised at how accurate it was with ball ammo.
    Very surprised actually, but maybe that days outing was just a fluke I'm no tournament marksman to say the least.

    I can now recall it has a Winchester bolt, the ejector was near frozen etc. I greased it up put it away and haven't had it out since.

    Happy Thanksgiving all - Blessed Holiday season, pleased to be able to contribute a small bit here,

    Brian

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