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Answered 2011-05-14 06:12:25

The government model with that serial number was made by Colt in 1944.

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it was made by Colt in 1942 for the U.S. Navy.


7790314 is not a serial number, it is the part number for the slide.


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


It was made by Remington Rand in 1943


what is your question ??? if you want to know when it was made you must furnish the serial number.....



I don't think so, because Colt frame having M1911A1 US ARMY with serial number 1152033 was produced in 1943 contrary to the fact that colt commander models production were onlystarted in 1949.


Impossible to value with only the serial number. Could be 10-10000 USD


it was made by ITHACA (not colt) in 1943.................If your slide reads Colt, then sometime down the road a colt slide was put on your Ithaca receiver...............that is not unusual to have happen.................


COLT GOVT MODEL M1911A1 U.S. ARMY- MFG BY REMINGTON RAND IN SYRACUSE NY -



that serial number indicates made by Ithaca in 1943. You probably have a Colt slide on the gun causing you to think it's a Colt. Make of 45's is based on serial number. Value of any 45 is based on overall condition. Excellent, good, fair, poor. Anywhere from few hundred dollars to $2000 +/-............


You can find a list of Colt M1911 and M1911A1 production serial numbers at http://www.coolgunsite.com/pistols/colt%20production.htm. Going by the numbers in your question (7071), it looks like you have a M1911 that was made for the Navy in 1912, the first year of production.


M1911, M1911A1, Colt SAA


serial number found on right side of the frame, above and to the left of the trigger guard... during field cleaning 45 pistols were disassembled and when put back together parts were often mixed (on military guns) if you see Colt or Ithaca on the slide it does not necessarily mean the pistol is a Colt or Ithaca. It could be a Remington or US&S made pistol..........................again, based on serial number


made by Colt in 1913. your slide probably reads 'Ithaca' . during field cleaning gun parts get mixed during re-assembly.


You will have to call Colt with the serial number to find out.


it's a Ramington Rand from 1943. Very UNLIKELY you will ever find out WHO it was issued to or when


You will have to call Colt with the serial number.


You will have to call Colt with the serial number to find out.


You will have to call Colt since you did not provid the serial number.


You will have to call Colt with the serial number to find out.


You will have to call Colt or provide the serial number.


You must call Colt with the serial number to find out.



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