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    Question Randall 1911 Service Model

    I have a Randall 1911 just got it like a year ago. I just want to know what it would go for if i was to sell it. Its a Service model and i could get the serial number. This gun for me to just too big to carry. I carry concealed on a normal basis and the glock and Sig i have do that just fine. Another reason why i want to sell it is because since i've had it i'll had problems with it just about every third time i shoot it. Whether its jamning, not feeding, not firing (a big deal when carry for work), and also when i chamber the round sometimes will fire that round as long as rest of the mag (happened once). I've had it gunsmithed and the gunsmith told me that the gun really wasnt the best made 1911 and to just get rid of it or im going to be puting more and more money into it. Has anyone heard of this... Well thanks alot for your help...

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    Join Date
    1st June 2004
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    First, welcome to the forum.


    Second, ask your smith how much he would pay you to take the gun off of your hands. This could indicate how much he wants the gun. Randall's are not that bad. If I remember, they did have a problem with "galling" of the stainless steel. You may put some hard earned dough into it, but it may be worth it.

    Some people who have Randall's would not change for anything else. I would look at getting another 1911 and putting the Randall in the "use sometimes at the range" mode.

    Now if you decide to throw it away, please tell me where your garbage can is.

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    Do you want to buy it? or know someone who does? I'm might be able to pick up a Springfield 1991 for a great price so i'm thinking of selling it... Anyone!

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    For the fun of it. (In other words, no promise). PM a price.

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