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A semi-automatic pistol chambered in 45 ACP.

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Don't know the value, but that Colt 1911A1 with serial# 1178557 was produced between 1943 - 1944.





your colt model 1911A1 was made by colt in 1944.


About 1969 with that serial number for a Colt goldcup national match .45





Proofhouse.com has Colt sn tables. You can also call Colt and they will tell you.


Proofhouse.com has sn data. If not there, call Colt.




That Colt was made in 1943 by Remington Rand under cotract to Colt Mfg. Co.


made by Colt 1913. not unusual if you have a springfield slide on your Colt 1911


Your colt model 1911a1 was made in 1945,plus the serial number puts it in the range of the Remington rand numbers in my references.


made by Colt in 1918. not unusual to see a springfield slide on a Colt frame


made by Colt in 1918. not unusual to see springfield slide on Colt frame


made by Colt in 1914. not unusual to see a springfield slide on a Colt frame


I just don't think that's a Remington made 1911A1 Serial no, are you sure it's no mixed parts? May be Colt, 1924................


The model 1911/1911A1 Governmental pistol with that serial number was produced in 1944.


serial numbers for the 1911A1 government issue only go up to 2693613


made by Colt for US Navy. not unusual to see a springfield slide on a Colt frame



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