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8) Colt/Springfield: S/N 128,617 to 133,186 = 1916 to 1924 ( These models are very hard to properly identify) 9) Colt: S/N 290,000 to 450,000 = May, 1918 to Oct. 24, 1918 to April 10, 1919 11) Springfield Armory: S/N 72,571 to 133,186 = April 1914 to April, 1917 12) Remington-UMC: S/N 1 to 15,000 = Aug. May 1917, 300 Colt 1911 .45ACP pistols purchased in 1915.
10, 1918 to May 24, 1919 13) Remington-UMC: S/N 15,000 to 21,676 = Aug. It is unknown for sure if any slides were made and no frames were made. S/N’s 1,041,405 to 1,096,404 were duplicated by Union Switch & Signal. In 1917, Norway obtained licence to manufacture it’s M1911 pistols. May have “EJERCITO MEXICANO” on right side of slide.
The purpose of this section is to provide a reference that will help evaluate a M1911/1911A1 as to whether or not it is in its original configuration and it has the proper parts for its serial number range.
Manufactured in Argentina from 1927 to around 1960 with Colt-supplied tools, it had parts interchangeable with any other standard government model, unlike the Ballester-Molina which also comes from Argentina. When I found that price for a Sistema online, it seemed too good a deal to pass up, especially after I’d heard positive things about the pistols from a local gunsmith. I learned this the hard way with two Mc Cormick 8-rounders I had bought for IPSC matches.
45) Union Switch & Signal: S/N 1,041,405 to 1,060,000 = 1943 46) Union Switch & Signal: S/N 1,060,000 to 1,096,404 = 1943 (S/N’s 1,088,726 to 1,092,896 were duplicated by Colt. S.) Regular commercial model Colt except has “English Order” mark in Russian on left side of frame.