The original factory barrel will have the name Winchester and the chambering of the gun stamped into it.The color is another tell, the color on the chamber should match the barrel exactly.Look at the joint between the barrel and the chamber, can you see any bare metal at the end of the barrel?A replacement will have to have had the threaded end of the barrel milled after it was blued to get it to fit right.
It means 'Winchester Proofed'! Around 1903 or there abouts, all barrels installed by the Winchester factory started were stamped with a 'WP"within an oval on top of the barrel at the breech end just before the receiver, it was added the the top of the receiver where the barrel screws into it around 1905 when all Winchester's were stamped in both places. If a gun smith outside of the factory ordered a new or different caliber barrel from the factory to replace the 'original' one, it would be shipped with only a 'P' stamped onto the barrel instead of the 'WP'. This is a sure sign that the barrel on any Winchester was a replacement, and though a "Winchester" barrel it was not installed by the factory. Additionally, any rifle returned to the factory for barrel replacement AFTER 1905 would have one installed with the 'WP' on it, irregardless if the gun was originally made BEFORE 1903/05. For collectors this is an obvious indicator that the barrel is a replacement IF the serial number indicates it was manufactured BEFORE 1903. Hope this clears things up for you....................Regards, Marty
498.00 US from the factory, then down in price as they change hands.
There is a .50 replacement barrel on Gunbroker.com
A replacement barrel for a J. Stevens Arms C20-A shotgun can be found at a local gun/firearms store. If the replacement barrel is not available on site, ask if the store can order it for you.
If original factory up to 1000 USD depending on condition, accessories, box, papers, etc.. If not factory finish, about 500 USD.
Send it to the factory or a trained factory armorer
As of September 1, 2012 the price of a barrel of oil is $96.48. To see the current price of a barrel of oil see the related link below, which gives the current price of oil.
NO. But both these barrels are easy to remove and replace and there is a wide selection of factory or aftermarket replacement choices available for both guns.
The average price for a barrel of crude oil in 1968 was $3.18
The average price for a barrel of crude oil in 2000 was $27.39
The average price for a barrel of crude oil in 2003 was $27.56
The highest price was reached in July 2008, with a per-barrel price of $128.08
The price of gasoline in the year of 1880 was about $.95 per barrel. In comparison, in 2007, the price was over $72 per barrel.
$32 a barrel
About $65.27 a barrel.
$91.00 per barrel
It was actually much more than that. In 1971, the price of a barrel of oil was $3.60. By 1980, the price had skyrocketed to $37.24 per barrel; an increase of 934%
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The average price for a barrel of crude oil in 1998 was $11.91 (about $15.93 in 2010 dollars)
The average per-barrel price in 1968 was $3.18 (about $19.92 in 2010 dollars).
The price of a barrel of crude oil reached its highest 2008 price in the month of July when it hit $128.08 per barrel.
About $19.25 per barrel (equal to about $29.73 per barrel in 2010).
.25 a barrel.
In December 2009, the price of crude oil was $70.53 per barrel.