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  • 1928 Colt / Browning Barrel, Blued, 7.65X53 Argentine, *Good*, Sold *As Is*
  • 1928 Colt / Browning Barrel, Blued, 7.65X53 Argentine, *Good*, Sold *As Is*
  • 1928 Colt / Browning Barrel, Blued, 7.65X53 Argentine, *Good*, Sold *As Is*

1928 Colt / Browning Barrel, Blued, 7.65X53 Argentine, *Good*, Sold *As Is*

SKU: COLT-8434

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Availability: In stock

$149.79

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Original issue 1928 Colt / Browning Barrel, Blued, caliber 7.65X53 Argentine Mauser, Used in *Good* condition, Sold *As Is*.


Sold individually.
This is the original barrel that was issued with the Argentine contract Colt 1928 water cooled belt fed machine guns.
The barrel being offered here is still chambered in the original caliber, 7.65X53 Argentine Mauser.
These are threaded at the muzzle, have the square lock notches and packing groove milled at the chamber end.
All threads and machined features look to be in *Good* condition and ready for use.
Our warehouse people do see these barrels and look thru the bores for obvious damage / problems prior to packing.
APEX does not have a gunsmith on staff nor do we have the ordnance gauges that would be used to determine the amount of use a barrel has had.
May show signs of wear, marring, surface rust, minor pitting, etc...


Parts must be inspected and tested by a qualified and competent gunsmith or armorer before use in a firearm.
Not all firearm parts are interchangeable; use of surplus parts without proper knowledge could cause a firearm to malfunction and cause property damage, injury or death.

Sold *As Is* in *Good* condition with NO returns.

Details

Original issue 1928 Colt / Browning Barrel, Blued, caliber 7.65X53 Argentine Mauser, Used in *Good* condition, but Sold *As Is*. 

Sold individually.

The barrel you have been looking for!
This is the original barrel that was issued with the Argentine contract Colt 1928 water cooled belt fed machine guns.
The barrel being offered here is still chambered in the original caliber, 7.65X53 Argentine Mauser.
These are threaded at the muzzle, have the square lock notches and packing groove milled at the chamber end.
All threads and machined features look to be in *Good* condition and ready for use.
Our warehouse people do see these barrels and look thru the bores for obvious damage / problems prior to packing.
APEX does not have a gunsmith on staff nor do we have the ordnance gauges that would be used to determine the amount of use a barrel has had.
May show signs of wear, marring, surface rust, minor pitting, etc...

Parts must be inspected and tested by a qualified and competent gunsmith or armorer before use in a firearm.
Not all firearm parts are interchangeable; use of surplus parts without proper knowledge could cause a firearm to malfunction and cause property damage, injury or death.

Sold *As Is* in *Good* condition with NO returns.