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Old 12-17-2018, 08:34 AM
Shomway Shomway is online now
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Here is a Mount Rainier stamp on a .45......
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Old 12-19-2018, 07:30 PM
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My # 1120 ...........

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Old 12-20-2018, 09:22 PM
dawgmanvt dawgmanvt is offline
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Iíll just have to be satisfied with this.
11th Armored Div Vet bring back 45AC d block Walter P38 liberated from the Walter factory Zella-Mehlis, Germany April 1945 with capture papers, all matching. Obtained from the veteran this summer and proud to have it.


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Old 12-20-2018, 10:12 PM
jm1 jm1 is offline
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RNG #1747
WW2 1942 Colt frame
WW2 1943 Colt slide (replacement w/serial# & Heat Treat Marks)
WW2 High Standard barrel (replacement)
1 WW2 grip (replacement)
1 Korean War era grip
10+ pics



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Old 12-20-2018, 10:47 PM
csm14thbn csm14thbn is offline
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Recieved from CMP 13 Dec
WW1 Colt frame #491K w RIA stamp
WW1 Colt slide
Colt barrel w G code
Cursory inspection looks like a lot of the parts may be correct.

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Old 12-22-2018, 04:00 PM
Dantomo Dantomo is offline
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Default S/N 17063xx Ithaca slide, Colt frame

This is the 1911 I received yesterday. Very clean to my eye without a lot of markings, scratches or overall wear. Barrel looks very good. I hope all of you get something similar, or even better - I'm very happy with this one. My FFL yesterday commented that it needs to have a lot of rounds put through it so that it could catch-up with what he normally sees for wear on a 1940's GI pistol. Merry Christmas to all! If the links don't work I will fix later (first time)


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Old 12-24-2018, 12:43 PM
A Seabee A Seabee is offline
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Here's a pistol I bought from a gun shop a couple years ago. It was tagged as a parts gun, but I'm thinking DCM... 1918 Colt frame has AA mark and all USGI WWI/WWII parts.

changed the grips...

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Old 12-27-2018, 09:00 PM
hogluvr hogluvr is offline
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Got mine today, Remington Rand, looks like 1945 frame, 1943 slide, still trying to find resources to identify individual parts/arsenal markings since I am ignorant in these things, still very happy to have it!

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Old 01-06-2019, 03:02 PM
flatlander flatlander is online now
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Remington Rand frame, Colt slide, mix of parts, stampings and SSN hard to make out, the photo's really brought them out. Honestly, not what I would of purchased from my LGS, this is going to be my shooter/truck gun. Glade to have it, value the history:


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Old 01-10-2019, 03:35 PM
cubfanpbrman cubfanpbrman is offline
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Got my CMP Colt from 1945, 1960ish & 1980ish(?).


Serial number is April-June 1945 with 1960s Smith & Wesson barrel and 1980s Israeli Military Slide (TZ), if my research didn't betray me. Don't know much about the TZ slide, wish it was WW2 era of course, but I hear it's worth a bit of money and ready to shoot, but I'll do some digging.

If anyone has access to the $600 Clawson book and could let me know the exact month of my serial number, I will be indebted to you.
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