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Found a Remington 1911 at a local store. Listed as a "parts gun" dunno why, passed all function tests. bore was good.

Old though im thinking 40's maybe 50's? 60's?

Had a very low serial # zeros followed by 876.....

finish was ....rustic. not rusted though.

They want $599..........good deal?
 

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That sounds like a WWII-surplus Remington Rand. You might ask the moderators to move your post to the GI section, as this section is for the new Remington pistols. Don't start another thread, they get testy. :)

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Probably a good deal though.
 

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Probably a good deal though.
will do!. Think im gonna buy it though, dunno why they have it listed as *parts gun*........yeah the recoil spring is toast, so is the firing pin spring , but it locks up perfectly and the barrel's straight, good bore :-D

Mods. if you wouldnt mind moving this. Feel free to do so :-D
 

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will do!. Think im gonna buy it though, dunno why they have it listed as *parts gun*........yeah the recoil spring is toast, so is the firing pin spring , but it locks up perfectly and the barrel's straight, good bore :-D

Mods. if you wouldnt mind moving this. Feel free to do so :-D
They mean that not all parts were made by Remington Rand... instead of a complete collectible pistol, it's a "collection of parts." That means a collector won't be interested, but it'll still go bang.

Tom
 
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