Just had Bob Naess check it out and test fire it and he gave it a Clean Bill of Health. Gun was reactivated and he expected the barrel was plug, but according to him, there is virtually no evidence of the work to repair it. This gun has seen battle and wasn’t sitting at the Royal Armouries Museaum for the last 70 years. The enamel is a little rough has scratches and dings but is mostly intact. Internals are correct and in excellent Condition. Gas fitting is in excellent condition, barrel has little rifling left and according to Bob, replacement barrels are not difficult to find for a couple hundred bucks. Bipod is correct for this gun. Gun includes two magazines.