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Mmmmm 1914

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    I would pick it up, give it a good home and love it forever.



    If only I could afford a piece of history like that.
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    Looks like we spend time in the same shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigmacque View Post
    Post WWII a bunch of 1911's went through various depots and were basically stripped, all the parts thrown into boxes separating them by part, everything cleaned up and then all the parts were reassembled into pistols. So every now and then you'll see one with a stamp on it that notes which depot it went through, and you'll know that it's not necessarily 100% original, at least not every part was originally married to all the others. From what I understand the folks putting them back together would just reach into a box, grab a spring or a slide stop or a slide, and start building a pistol from parts.
    That's true of some of the Arsenal reworks, but not all of them. Some were disassemble and parts replaced as needed, or simply reassembled, some were only Parkerized, some of the M1911s were updated with M1911A1 parts, some were simply refinished (some were not refinished at all) and resembled using their M1911 parts. I had a M1911 (Colt receiver) Rock Island Arsenal (RIA) rework which only had it's side, barrel and stocks replaced with M1911A1 parts, the reminder of the pistol kept it's original M1911 parts.



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