I'm interested to learn more about how this pistol was reproduced. If countless people have reviewed them countless times, have any of those people provided additional insight or accounts of their observations of the microfiche files, or did every examination of the files provide the exact results documented by Clawson? A week ago I bought an R1 with A suffix. That may make a difference to a buyer who wants differing choke selections for these fine pump guns. If the Bidder is successful on a hand gun and in any state other than Montana the firearm will be shipped to a Federal Firearm Licensed Dealer of your choosing nearest your residence. I finally figured out how to find the actual serial numbers and then went to check and see what I actually had.
No complaints so far so I'm not worried about it, just curious. Hello all, Recently, my grand-father-in-law passed away. Then use the links on this lense to look up the firearm that your Sears Firearm is most like to find out the year of manufacture. This gun has always been stored in its original box. Originally it was rifles and shotguns.
I was born in 1950, growing up back then if you turned on the Television it there were loads of Cowboy Shows. You can contact the seller by clicking on the seller's nickname. All cost, responsibility of risk of such removal shall be subject to the Buyer or any persons on the Buyers behalf. Marlin firearms are kept in a database along with other manufactured firearms for easy reference. If you're interested, we can probably work something out. I called Ithaca Customer Service at 1-877-648-4222.
Live onsite bidding is the most reliable and successful way to bid at our auction. There does not appear to be any erosion. She confirmed that they were made from 1961-1979 but could not offer further assistance. Come for the info, stay and make some friends. Has the firearm been seen previously? Bore Condition: The rifling is sharp and deep, the bore is bright and clean. Visit Website Visit the link above to find out when your Marlin firearm was manufactured.
Attachments Picture of the barrels. You're not the high Bidder until you've been notified by email that you are. David, I have a copy of the complete files which I purchased from a fellow collector years ago. I doubt there is much collector interest. There is no record of any 1911A1 with a serial number later than 2693613. The forestock is in very good condition as well, there are no major cracks or losses and just a few tiny handling marks on the bottom of the forestock. Any information that could be provided by knowledgeable M1911 collectors would be sincerely appreciated.
I still have it, and it was already reblued when I bought it. I was planning to pick up the Ithaca in the photos below tomorrow. There is unfortunately no one stop shop for this task but hopefully with the help of this lense you will be able to find your firearm by manufacturer below and follow their link in order to track your weapon. The M-49 uses a modified Martini Breech System. I suppose one could get any information they wanted by contacting the page that I linked in this thread. Then again, I can offer some possible other reasons for its existence that are more innocent.
The pic you posted is actually pretty funny! Overall the box is in good condition. A Buyer also agrees and gives consent that venue shall be in Gallatin County, Montana and that the laws of the State of Montana shall govern this Agreement and the parties' transaction hereunder. The frame wasn't made by Ithaca at all and one way to confirm that is to look at the shape of the rear tang and compare it to any other Ithaca frame made at the time. I had one when i was young i shot it so much it just plain wore out. Once the bidder has filled out the Phone Bidder Request Form completely the auction company will then send the bidder the Telephone Bidder Terms of Service Document. I want to thank thebearpack and kwill for the Ithaca file data, and I'm convinced now that this Ithaca M1911A1 pistol is a fake. And suggestions as to where I could look it up? Bidders understand and acknowledge that the Auction Co.
All Live Internet Simulcast Bidding is subject to the same terms stated in the Absentee Bidding Section C-4. Use the links below and please have your model and serial number handy so you can provide it on the corresponding pages in order to find out when your gun was made. Sale by Auction: Such a sale is with reserve unless the goods are in explicit terms put up without reserve. Mountain Time Zone the day preceding the sale to make arrangements to bid via telephone. As a result, the records from the end of the war are relatively easy to double check.
Of all the manufacturers, the Ithaca shipments are the best documented, particularly the shipments after May 1944. If you have any questions regarding this item, you should contact the Seller before bidding. I'm also interested in any speculation as to how the reproduction frame was produced. An Ithaca M1911 was the first handgun I ever purchased, 31 years ago in Hawaii. Not sure what to say or think. Some are better than others but nothing about that frame looks correct.