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Hi all,
I inherited a 1911 from my dad a few years ago. It has "Policia De Tucaman" stamped on the slide and Interarms Alex, VA on the frame. I was just curious about the history of the gun. It also has matching serial numbers for the slide and frame. It happens to be one of the most reliable 1911's I've ever shot. It accepts all kinds of loads and rarely jams. Great shooter. Any input is appreciated.

Thanks!
 

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Without seeing it, it seems like a police issue 1911 for the province of Tucuman. In Argentina.
 

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Interarms imported firearms from around the world, and at one time was the largest privately owned firearms dealer.
The owner died a few years ago and a new company with the same name has sprung up in Houston TX.
One 1911 model that has the Interarms name stamped on it is Star made in Eibar Spain.
 

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Another Spanish 1911 that comes to mind is that Ballister Molina, it was from Argentina, too.

The only way anyone is going to be able to positively identify what you have is by you posting some pictures of it
 
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