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I found this for sale somewhere, wondering if it's a factory custom like a pro or a one off custom of long ago.


Added 10/24 - Springfield Armory Custom 1911 .45 ACP. I don't know the full history of this pistol as I obtained it through a trade. It has a NM prefix on the serial number which indicates a National Match frame. On the front left of the slide is a National Match rollmark. On the front right of the slide is a Springfield Custom rollmark. It has a Clark barrel with a cone-style comp on the front. The front sight has been relocated to the comp and the existing front sight milled off flush with the slide. The entire pistol is finished in satin hard chrome. It is in a doskocil case with extra fitted extractor, extra grips, and all of the tools for the grip screws (hex), FLGR, and sights. I have fired exactly 50 rounds through it for a function check since I obtained it and it runs fine with hollowpoints.

Thanks for any help you can give.
 
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