WWII 1911 Remington Rand on Essex Lower - SPF-

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  1. PinkhamR

    PinkhamR
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    Just thought I wold toss this out to see if there is any interest. WWII Remington Rand on an Essex frame with a custom trigger job. More info available upon request. Finish is much better then the pix may show .... I need to wipe it down. Shoots very well and has a very clean barrel. PM with me with any questions. I will sell to anyone, in any state, who is legally allowed to own this weapon. Also, I am a private seller so your FFL must be able to receive from me. Pix ID will be provided. Asking price is $775 $675 (OBO) and will consider trades. Comes with three magazines.


    The lines on the middle of the slide are just oil marks from the work pad.​
     
  2. wwman

    wwman
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    Is the Essex frame the original frame for a Remington Rand?
     
  3. PinkhamR

    PinkhamR
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    No it is not. Remington Rand made complete 45's during WWII. This is also an older Essex frame, but not original to the slide.
     
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    -Bump- Trade offers welcomed ....
     
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  6. donovan

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    who did the work on the gun?
     
  7. PinkhamR

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    I did most of it though my gunsmith did the final slide to frame fitting. I have been working on 1911's for over 35 years as a hobby.

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