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Old 10-30-2019, 08:26 PM
USMC-Nav USMC-Nav is offline
 
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My field grade is nice with no rebuild marks. It has RR frame and colt slide.
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Old 10-31-2019, 10:02 AM
mrhunt14 mrhunt14 is offline
 
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My service grade was heavily refurbished. Colt slide with faint markings and Ithaca frame, HS barrel. All matching light silver, dry, parkerized finished similar to the 1970’s Anniston rebuilds. No refurb marks.
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Old 10-31-2019, 01:55 PM
sakorick sakorick is offline
 
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Not all rebuilt guns were marked. Yours as described was definitely rebuilt at least once.

The nice thing is that with the CMP COA, you know it came out of Uncle Sam's possession like that, as opposed to an unpapered rebuild that could be a Bubba put-together.

Great observation! I haven't been interested in the CMP pistols until lately. That CMP COA is worth the hassle. I was really miffed why C&R licensed folks like me got a bad deal in this whole process, but I'm getting healed up. Heretofore, I have only purchased pistols from Scott Gahimer whom has my total trust and confidence.
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Old 10-31-2019, 02:14 PM
twra1301 twra1301 is offline
 
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I received a July 1945 colt with USS slide no rebuild markings looks new.
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Old 10-31-2019, 05:30 PM
M1 sniper M1 sniper is offline
 
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My dcm 1911 with rand slide has no rebuild markings either.
But it was shipped out of letterkenny aresenal according to the paper
Work my dad gave me with the pistol. Love that thing!!
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Old 10-31-2019, 07:01 PM
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Sakorick, Scott is one of the best around for 1911’s.
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Old 11-01-2019, 06:30 AM
bandofM1 bandofM1 is offline
 
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Not all rebuilds were marked! Whats old is new again! Even the Great 1911 45 auto book by Clawson even states that. Its ok. You all have real goverment 45 autos.
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Old 11-03-2019, 08:12 AM
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I received my Remington Rand 1943 mfg.1911A1 in September. It’s a RR frame and slide with replacement bbl.(85 vintage), pistol has been reparked but no rebuild stamps anywhere. Only stamps I find so far are two “P’s”, one on top of the slide and one below mag release along with the FJA stamp as well as an Ordinance wheel stamp on right side right side between the hammer pin and grip safety pin. I have not had a chance to totally strip and look for other stamps inside pistol but soon! From what I can find on line and comparing that info to what I can see on my pistol, looks to be mostly all correct RR parts. Slide lock is an early RR as it is serrated and “runs uphill” from rear of lock to the front, hammer, grip safety and thumb safety all appear correct and RR mfg. as well.
At first I was a little disappointed there were no rebuild stamps, but the more I read these forums and admire this pistol, the more I come to really appreciate it! Thanks to all the good folks at CMP for their hard work and dedication you folks are the best!

Tried to post a couple of photos but guess I ain’t smart enough. They need to make a copy and paste deal for photos, I can work that!��
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Old 11-04-2019, 07:03 AM
Zymurgy Zymurgy is offline
 
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I have the same set up as you. Colt frame RR slide. No rebuild marks...AND shipped to Springfield with your pistol. 7-31-1941
How cool is that? I wonder if they got sent to the same unit. what's your serial number?
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Old 11-04-2019, 10:12 AM
Dingsbums Dingsbums is offline
 
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1918 Colt w/1942 Colt slide, springfield barrel and the only marks are a P on top of the slide and a eagle head over S.6 by the mag release.
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