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It's a factory /26\, the most common, but generally the most desirable, as it can be dated. The spike is usual for this year, and it should not be numbered.

A /316\ would be one of the later production with a pinned barrel. Yours is a short lug threaded barrel, which is correct.
 

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Thank you guys for the info. If I can, I'll try and get a better picture of the triangle. Is the /26\ a more common one or more desirable?

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It's a factory /26\, the most common, but generally the most desirable, as it can be dated.
 

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I think you have a pinned barrel version instead of the screw in type.
Third pic in the OP clearly indicates a short collar threaded barrel. It's a 1966 /26\ with matching numbers and a heavily sanded stock. Not taking away from others' opinions on origin or value. But it's clearly no longer a solid collector's piece, and should be considered primarily as a shooter, $250 gun IMO. I'm a collector and wouldn't buy it.
 
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