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Does a Marlin 1895g 45-70 with the ported barrel serial number 01022916 have ballard or micro groove rifling and what is the year of manufacture?

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2006-01-19 05:24:13
2006-01-19 05:24:13

It is Ballard style rifling, and should date to 1999. The year of manufacture is 2001. 1st 2 digits of serial # correspond to the year it was made. Ballard rifling is correct.

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