Re: What's a WWI 1911 Worth?
Originally Posted by Blimp Edwards
So these "parts guns" that may have started life as an original WWI era M1911, are they usually advertized as such or do I just need to know what I'm looking at?
You need to know what your looking at. Many times, just having serial numbers will help. You may come across a colt slide and a frame thats marked us property and run the numbers to find the frame is a remington rand. Its actually very common. Sometimes people dont know and sometimes they arent saying....
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