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That is true, and I missed it. The Country of Origin (COO) mark was/is required of items imported commercially into the U.S., so it would not have been on a pistol brought back by a soldier in any war, or even purchased abroad and brought back by a tourist.

(The GCA '68 changed the marking for firearms from the COO to the "import stamp" we all know and love.)

Jim
 
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