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Argentine Sistema Colt 1927 1911 550$

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by k7grc, Apr 21, 2011.

  1. k7grc

    k7grc Banks, Or Active Member

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    1953 Pistola Sistema "Colt" Modelo Argentino 1927, Calibre 11,25mm
    I have replaced the hammer and beavertail with Wilson parts. I do have the original parts if wanted. Grips also are not original, I don't have the original grips.
    550$
    pm's please

    see some history I took of website below pics.


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    In 1943, the Argentine Military Small Arms Factory (FMAP - Fabrica Militar de Armas Portatiles) began to prepare for the manufacture of Model 1927 pistols under the 1927 licensing agreement. These pistols were known as "Pistola Sistema "Colt" Modelo Argentino 1927, Calibre 11,25mm." Production began at the Esteban de Luca Arsenal in Buenos Aires, with the first pistols actually being assembled at the Domingo Matheu plant in Rosario, Argentina in 1945. The pistols were manufactured in accordance with Colt's 1927 drawings. They were exact copies of Colt's 1927 pistols (identical to US military M1911A1 pistols) except for very minor differences, and parts were interchangeable. The only noticeable differences were the markings, grips, black oxide bluing, a sharp edge on the rear of the hammer, and a sharp edge on the heel of the grip safety. Triggers were solid as on the 1927 Colts , and the checkering on the mainspring housing was changed from Colt type cut checkering to indented checkering.

    Barrels on pistols issued to the Army had blued chambers, but the chambers on Navy, police, and commercial barrels were milled after being blued, which resulted in a bright unfinished surface comparable to Colt commercial barrels. Serial numbers were stamped on the barrels prior to bluing, and therefore, bluing remained inside the numbers.

    The Sistema Colt pistols were made for the army, navy, air force, government bureaus, police organizations, and commercial sales. They were normally serial numbered on the right side of the receiver, the grip frame under the mainspring housing, on the top and right side of the slide, on the top of the chamber and the bottom of the magazine. The presence of an Argentine crest on the pistol indicates government issue; pistols without crests were made for local police, non-government agencies, commercial sales and export. All Sistema Colt pistols bear the marking D.G.F.M. - (F.M.A.P.) on the left side of the slide, which indicates manufacture by the Direccion General de Fabricaciones Militares at the Fabrica Militar de Armas Portatiles. A total of 88,494 Sistema Colt pistols were produced.
     
  2. callonetta

    callonetta Olympia Member

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    PM sent but your mail box is full!!!
     
  3. k7grc

    k7grc Banks, Or Active Member

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    emptied the mail box.

    thanks
     
  4. SemperT

    SemperT Willamette Valley New Member

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    Is this a JLD sistema? What is conditon of the barrel and is the # matching? Any chance the magazine has matching #? Thank you, David
     
  5. k7grc

    k7grc Banks, Or Active Member

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    Sorry, this has been sold.
    I'll remove post
     
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