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78CAC21E-64B1-41C6-9697-188BF364E8DF.thumb.jpeg.aa5540e403221b24e8cab3892fc87ae4.jpegI have a CMP Remington Rand 1911A1 made in 1944 that I purchased at the CMP auction. These are fewer and rarer now and you’re allowed one auction purchase per lifetime. It’s down to bare metal but in good tight condition. Bore looks good.

Remington Rand 19A11 SN 1911272
Model: 1911A1 Serial Number: 1911272 Year Made: 1944
Condition: Overall: Good Mechanical: Excellent Bore: Excellent
Finish %: 45% Heat Treat Colors:Front of Slide and Slide Stop Notch
Hammer: Short, Flat, Checkered
Trigger: Short, Stamped, Checkered
Slide Stop: 1911A1, Serrated
Safety Lock: Checkered Grip Safety: Long
Mainspring Housing: Arched, Grooved 
Mag Catch: Modified
Front Sight: Wide Rear Sight: Square Notch
Recoil Spring Plug: Checkered, Notched
Barrel: 1911A1, Blued MANF: High Standard
Magazine: Comes with one
 

I like the gun but I’m putting my energies into CAS and just to offset my costs on all the guns and accruements that follow. Plus I want to travel to other shoots so; slim the herd. 
You can look at the CMP auction page and see what I’m asking is fair. 
$2,500.00 shipped to your FFL w insurance. 
PRICE REDUCED TO $2,200.00


Note: If you’re wondering why SASSNET as opposed to other sites being non SASS, it’s that I have had only good experiences here both buying and selling. I’m swapping now with someone in another state on his word because he’s a SASS member. You can’t do that anywhere else that I’ve found. 

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  • Mezcal Charlie changed the title to 1911A1 Remington Rand issue 1944
8 minutes ago, thespaniard said:

Why it’s a non SASS these can be shot at Wild Bunch :D

Thank you for that valid point. I’ll fix the title. And it is a shooter. 

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Charlie, 

 

The serial number appears to be almost non-existent in your photos. Is this the case or did you blur it out in the photo? 

 

Thanks,

 

Ethan

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I have my dad's Remington Rand WWII issue 1911.  Its in excellent condition.  He was able to send it home somehow, in fact he sent two home and sold one later.  Wish I had his M1 too.

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3 hours ago, Dead Eye Jake said:

I have my dad's Remington Rand WWII issue 1911.  Its in excellent condition.  He was able to send it home somehow, in fact he sent two home and sold one later.  Wish I had his M1 too.

I purchased a Remington Rand as opposed to the rarer Colt or Union Switch because that’s what dad had in Korea. He was w the 335 fighter squadron as a company clerk. He hated lugging the Garand around so he found a reg that said they were allotted 2 enlisted 45’s. So the first sergeant and E4 McQueen. Had a Korean make a cool holster too but cheap leather and it rotted. 
 

He did use a Garand to hunt pheasants when the war cooled a little. 

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4 hours ago, Ethan Cord said:

Charlie, 

 

The serial number appears to be almost non-existent in your photos. Is this the case or did you blur it out in the photo? 

 

Thanks,

 

Ethan

I posted another pic up close. They are clear but monochromatic because there is no blue or black inside the numbers. 

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I believe that the certificate says Service Grade.  I missed the first time I went through it.  image.png.a54dcb22de250c36f0b375efa25906b8.png

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On 3/28/2022 at 5:04 PM, Mezcal Charlie said:

78CAC21E-64B1-41C6-9697-188BF364E8DF.thumb.jpeg.aa5540e403221b24e8cab3892fc87ae4.jpegI have a CMP Remington Rand 1911A1 made in 1944 that I purchased at the CMP auction. These are fewer and rarer now and you’re allowed one auction purchase per lifetime. It’s down to bare metal but in good tight condition. Bore looks good.

Remington Rand 19A11 SN 1911272
Model: 1911A1 Serial Number: 1911272 Year Made: 1944
Condition: Overall: Good Mechanical: Excellent Bore: Excellent
Finish %: 45% Heat Treat Colors:Front of Slide and Slide Stop Notch
Hammer: Short, Flat, Checkered
Trigger: Short, Stamped, Checkered
Slide Stop: 1911A1, Serrated
Safety Lock: Checkered Grip Safety: Long
Mainspring Housing: Arched, Grooved 
Mag Catch: Modified
Front Sight: Wide Rear Sight: Square Notch
Recoil Spring Plug: Checkered, Notched
Barrel: 1911A1, Blued MANF: High Standard
Magazine: Comes with one
 

I like the gun but I’m putting my energies into CAS and just to offset my costs on all the guns and accruements that follow. Plus I want to travel to other shoots so; slim the herd. 
You can look at the CMP auction page and see what I’m asking is fair. 
$2,500.00 shipped to your FFL w insurance. 
PRICE REDUCED TO $2,200.00


Note: If you’re wondering why SASSNET as opposed to other sites being non SASS, it’s that I have had only good experiences here both buying and selling. I’m swapping now with someone in another state on his word because he’s a SASS member. You can’t do that anywhere else that I’ve found. 

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You’re definitely right about trusting people. Way too many scammers these days. 

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