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U.S. Navy 1913 Marked Colt Original Finish Model 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol with U.S.M.C. Marked Holster
Colt Model 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol U.S. Navy Marked with U.S.M.C. Marked Holster. Early serial numbr pistol 43619 issued in 1913 according to Colt Manufacturing.
This is a very early and very desirable Colt 1911, produced in 1913 and issued to the US Navy. These U.S. Navy contract pistols with the early U.S. Navy marked slides and early style small serifed lettering and serial numbers are probably one of the most difficult of the standard issue Model 1911s to acquire.
Of the around 2.7 million Colt model 1911's issued a total of only 15,037 Colt 1911 pistols were marked with the “Navy” designation on the right side of the slide.
Right side of slide states Model of 1911 US NAVY.
Left side of slide states Patented Apr 29 1807 Sep 9 1902 Dec 19 1911 Colts PT. F,A, Mfg. Co Hartford CT. USA
Left side of frame states UNITED STATES PROPERTY.
Pistol has some remining blue with much having picked up a gray patina..
Fully functional and shoots fine.
Barrel is immaculate and appparently a replacement. for original. Remainder of pistol appears to be original with original finish.
Grips are apparently original and in good shape with obvious wear.
Comes with one non original magazine.
On left frame behind trigger is the government inspectors mark WGP for Walter G. Penfield, used for about the first 101,000 guns produced.
Rampant colt: On slide 1913 model; 1911 Service pistol the circled rampant Colt was placed on the slide behind the serrations. This one is so marked.
Original shoulder holster stamped USMC BOYT 45 with the named J. D. CARR ln back. Holster is in very good shape and functional.
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Price: $9,990.00 Buy Now
Handgun Caliber: .45 ACP (.45 Auto)
Model: 1911 Navy
Serial Number: 43619
Barrel Length: 5
Metal Condition: Good
Wood Condition: Good
Bore Condition: Very Good
Action: Semi Auto
Manufacture Date: 1913