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Thread: Colt Model O1911 WW1 Replica

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by texagun View Post
    I found my last one at the Fort Worth Gun Show. Walked in the door, and the gun was just being put out on the table in front of me. New, unfired, in the box with all the other goodies. I couldn't get my billfold out fast enough.

    Nice one (great photo, too). I'm looking at a 01918 "Black Army" (NIB) now. Don't need it, but it sure is nice...
    Bob
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  2. #22
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    Here's the last WW 1 repro...an ANVIII 100th year. Since these are less in demand than the carbonia and black Army versions, it's become my shooter. Still a nice pistola.
    Bob





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  3. #23
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    I picked this one up today, Model 01911ANV111, my first Colt with box and all the papers.
    Since I couldn't jump through all of the hoops to get a CMP pistol, I figured this is the next best thing.
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    Last edited by 1911end; 21st February 2019 at 18:23.


  4. #24
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    Very nice!

    Nice stocks, too.
    "Sights are for the unenlightened."

    Rick
    http://www.guntipsandtalk.com/
    IDPA Certified Safety Officer

  5. #25
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    Never replied to this. If memory serves...
    -The O1911, "blue" or WMK serial number guns. Colt said they would make 4K and a little over 4K were made (like almost 4,180 from one thing I read). This upset a number of collectors I guess.
    -The O1918, "black" or WWI serial number guns. Colt said they would make 4K of these and they did.
    -The ANVIIIs. Also "black" and marked on the right of the slide with the 1911-2011 stamp and having a serial number that ended in 1911. Colt said they would take orders on these till Nov. 2011 and make that many. A couple numbers I have seen say that almost 7,800 of these were made in the end.
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