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Back in 1980 I purchased one of the Remington Rand guns listed here.

On the second day I owned it I experienced my one and only accidental discharge.

Target sights and an accurized action are trademarks of the military National Match pistol.

The first they made had "COLT AUT PISTOL M/1912" on the slides and then at S/N 100 this changed to "11.25 m/m AUT. 8) Colt M1911 Argentine: = 1919 ( 321 shipped in 1914 marked on right side of slide with "MARINA ARGENTINA". 1927" and S/N's stamped on top of slide in Colt's italic numbers.) SYST. Other M1911A1 pistols made in Argintina at Fabrica Militar de Armas Portatiles, Rosario, Argintina 10) Colt M1911 MEXICAN: After WW I, Mexico procured an unknown number of M1911 pistols made by Colt. S/N C5400 to C16599 1914 11,200 S/N C16600 to C27599 1915 11,000 S/N C27600 to C74999 1916 47,400 S/N C75000 to C98999 1917 24,000 S/N C99000 to C105999 1918 7000 S/N C106000 to C120999 1919 15,000 S/N C121000 to C126999 1920 6000 S/N C127000 to C128999 1921 2000 S/N C129000 to C129999 1922 1000 S/N C130000 to C133999 1923 4000 The following pistols were shipped to Major Cyrus S. A limited amount of Super 38 & Super Match 38 produced. S/N's C213341, C213242, C213343, C213345 May 27, 1942 shipped to Remington Arms Co.

In 1917, Norway obtained licence to manufacture it's M1911 pistols. May have "EJERCITO MEXICANO" on right side of slide. In 1943, commercial models used to fill military orders.

In 1956, for example, the service front sight was replaced by one 1/8" wide and the rear sight notch was cut to 1/8".

The 1957 sights were higher (.395 rear and .295 front) and the 1958 sights at .458 and .358 were higher yet.

Model) 8) Colt/Springfield: ( None of these were reported shipped to any branch of the military but about 100 regular models and about 5 presentation models were manufactured in Quebec, Canada by the North American Arms Company, Ltd.) 15) A. From 1942 to 19A1 pistols should show a slight to very noticed mismatch of coloring on the muzzle end of slide, and from 1943 the slide lock notch area should also show some discoloration from hardening after the pistol's finish was applied. S/N's 1,041,405 to 1,096,404 were duplicated by Union Switch & Signal.

was issued a contract on July 20, 1918 and canceled on Dec. = 1939 Begining in 1940, the slide's muzzel end was hardened after the finish was applied but a color mis-match was suppose to be rejected. Here you will find Photos and identification, historical information, firearms serial number and date of production information along with disassembly instructions, parts diagrams and original factory instruction sheets for these pistols. To familiarize yourself with the site, please review the User's Guide. I am particularly in need of factory variations of engraved, inscribed and specially finished pistols (i.e. Additionally, I am looking for unusual grip types (ivory, pearl and deluxe walnut) as well as Colt Catalogs, advertising pamphlets, instruction sheets, original documentation, manufacturing gauges, presentation cases, etc.If you have a question about one of these models or if you have an item in which I might be interested, you can send an e-mail message to [email protected] 4) Colt Service Model "ACE" : Caliber .22 Long Rifle = Feb. 18, 1917 ( Russia purchased 51,000 M1911 .45 ACP pistols during WW I. Russia purchased more M1911 pistols than any other country besides the U. S/N's 1-C92505, 2-C92332, 3-C92227, 4-C91632, 5-C91739, 6-C91936, 7-C92359, 8-C91710, 9-C92326, 10-C92290, 11-C92239, 12-C92335, 13-C92291, 14-C92250, 15-C92347, 16-C92244, 17-C92343, 18-C92249, 19-C92156, 20-C92337, 21-C92358, 22-C92245, 24-C92243, 25-C92294 S/N C201069 shipped to Springfield Armory on Sept. __________________________________________________________________ Serial Numbers Date Number Made S/N C135000 to C139999 1924 5000 S/N C140000 to 144999 1925 5000 S/N C145000 to C150999 1926 6000 S/N C151000 to C151999 1927 1000 S/N C152000 to C154999 1928 3000 S/N C155000 to C155999 1929 1000 S/N C156000 to C158999 1930 3000 S/N C159000 to C160999 1931 2000 S/N C161000 to C164799 1932 3800 S/N C164800 to C174599 1933 9800 S/N C174600 to C177999 1934 3400 S/N C178000 to C179799 1935 1800 S/N C179800 to C183199 1936 3400 S/N C183200 to C188699 1937 5500 S/N C188700 to C189599 1938 900 S/N C189600 to C198899 1939 9300 S/N C198900 to C199299 1940 400 S/N C199300 to C208799 1941 9500 S/N C208800 to C215018 1942 6219 Production Stopped because of World War II. S/N's C214752, C214753, C214754 April 3, 1942 Shipped to Winchester Repeating Arms Co. 19) Colt: = 1943 (S/N's 856,405 to 916,404 were duplicated by Ithaca look for "F. Look for "RCD" US&S inspection initials.) 23) Colt: (Commercial/Military Model)= April 1931 to July 1941 (The last 190 or so were assembled from spare parts in 1947) Parts only partially interchangable with a .45 caliber M1911A1 pistol. 1961 saw the introduction of an adjustable commercial rear sight in the Micro sight, which was replaced by the Elliason-type rear sight in 1963.

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