By our estimate, this barrel and most of its mates we have in inventory at press time were manufactured in the 1960s or 1970s. This is, of course, a replacement barrel for Winchester 1400 autos in 20 gauge – 2 ¾ inch, 26 inch Improved Cylinder. It has a very small amount of white spotting that affects 5 percent or less of its surface area. The bore and chamber are excellent as well. We consider this barrel to be in NRA Excellent Condition, with 95 percent of its original finish intact. Choke constriction on this barrel is .611 according to the Mitutoyo Dial Caliper. Own it for only $ 39.95
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