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  #161  
Old 07-23-2018, 08:01 AM
wvtrooper16 wvtrooper16 is offline
 
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Default Nice Looking Iron

You guys have some beautiful looking shootin' iron! I hope I'm lucky enough to get chosen in the drawing...🤔 I really don't know what grade is choose but I got real lucky with my service grade M1. CMP really did me right so I'm sure they'll do the same with the 1911's!
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  #162  
Old 07-25-2018, 03:15 PM
fmfpacdoc fmfpacdoc is offline
 
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Default '43 Remington Rand

https://imgur.com/sMAjo6u

My latest addition to the family.
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  #163  
Old 07-27-2018, 07:26 PM
N8Gunner N8Gunner is offline
 
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Here are my only 2 USGI M1911 pistols.......
I really truly need a 1914 US Springfield slide........





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Old 08-18-2018, 01:32 PM
cav_cdr cav_cdr is offline
 
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My military handguns (minus the 1945 Ithaca I just acquired). Clockwise from top: S&W 1917 Revolver shipped from factory 2-2-18, Colt 1918 M1911 Black Army Oct/Nov 1918, Colt Official Police sold to the British circa 1937, S&W Model 1905 Lend Lease 3-15-42 (spent some time in New Zealand), Colt Commando circa 1942, S&W Victory Model shipped to USN 7-9-43, Remington Rand M1911A1 circa 1943.

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Old 08-18-2018, 01:53 PM
PH68 PH68 is offline
 
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Default USS 1911a1 Cardboard Shipping Box

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Only problem is that pistol has been refinished. Its not dulite blue as it should be, they didn't ship individually boxed, and the barrel has been parkerized (should be a dark -almost black- dulite blued finish). EDIT: And the grip panels are mismatched. They should both be early no-ring Keyes mfg. You're not going to have mismatched grips (right side even has damage, wear on it) on an "unissued" gun. That word in itself is not even accurate because all martial arms were certainly issued.

Noticed today that Rock Island Auction #525 has a Union Switch and Signal 1911a1 pistol up for auction with a card board box?

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Old 08-28-2018, 12:49 PM
redneckgunman redneckgunman is offline
 
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Okay, ill play. Hope you all enjoy.

In the group picture, starting at the top and going clockwise, 1915 Springfield, 1942 Colt, 1943 Union Switch & Signal, 1917 Colt, 1945 Ithaca, 1943 Remington Rand, and 1919 Remington UMC.

Next we have a 1917 Colt and a 1945 Sistema.

Followed by 1913 Colt US Navy contract.

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Old 10-08-2018, 06:23 PM
Ohio Don Ohio Don is offline
 
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Next we have a 1917 Colt and a 1945 Sistema.
Interesting that your 1917 has the same set of grips that one of mine has.
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Old 10-12-2018, 02:43 PM
sport10990 sport10990 is offline
 
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This is my 1914 Colt 1911. The pistols appears to be in all original condition with original mint barrel and no rebuild marks. All the roll marks are crisp like it just rolled off the line. It was shipped to Commanding Officer, San Antonio Arsenal, San Antonio, Texas on September 3, 1914. It is one of my pride and joys in my collection.

https://imgur.com/gallery/LPapw7a
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Old 11-14-2018, 09:12 PM
TexasDan TexasDan is offline
 
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Default Got mine today ...

1943 Remington Rand frame
Remington Rand slide
FJA and crossed cannons.

I'm no expert, but looks like original finish ... slight greenish coloring. Maybe someone who knows things could comment, please.

I'm pretty happy with this!
Dan











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Old 11-14-2018, 09:47 PM
Circlehook Circlehook is offline
 
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Very nice Dan! Really nice pistol! Sure hope I get the call!!
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