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Hi, fellow gun owners and colt 1911 enthusiast,
I have an opportunity to buy a Remington Rand in very solid condition. Based on the information from the seller, it shall be a 1944 production where all parts are from the same manufacturer. Frankly speaking, too good to be true. From what I saw it seems legit to me, however, I have seen too few pieces and have poor knowledge to be absolutely sure.
I attached all the photos I have and would like to hear any opinions and thoughts from you.

Thank you

Viktor S.
 

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The pistol has markings on the frame and barrel that are not original to the pistol but I can't tell what they are.
Also, the grips are not original to the pistol.
 

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European proof marks, I think German. Or Czech. You are pretty well stuck with those under CIP regulations.
WWI grips on a WWII pistol.
 

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Looks like a replacement barrel, as well. Colt?
 
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