COLT 1911, M1911, M1911A1 PARTS, ACCESSORIES, AND MANUALS

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Magazines

Original Colt Service Model Ace .22 LR magazine. Original bluing. Nicely marked on the base of the magazine.  Excellent lightly used condition. $225

Colt Service Model Ace .22 LR Full-Blued Magazine

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Original Colt 1911 two-tone magazine with lanyard loop and C broad arrow applied to base plate.  These magazines were issued to officers of the CEF in WWI as replacement or spare magazines for 'Canadian Contract' Colt 1911's. There is no damage, splits, or functional issues. Good condition and very rare. $275

Colt 1911 Two-Tone Magazine with C Broad Arrow

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Original Colt 1911 38 Super two-tone magazine.  There is no damage, splits, or functional issues.  Very good collectible condition and would be a worthy investment for a nice 1911 Super 38 Auto. $350

Colt 1911 Super 38 Auto Two-Tone Magazine

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Original Colt 1911 38 Super full blued magazine. Marked on base 'COLT SUPER .38 AUTO'. There is no damage, splits, or functional issues. Excellent collectible condition. $150

Colt 1911 Super 38 Auto Full Blued Magazine

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Original two-tone magazine with lanyard loop and pinned base for USGI Colt M1911's from the WWI era. This magazine has the dull bluing as opposed the more polished finish on Government Model 1911 magazines. This is an excellent condition example with original bluing.  There is no damage, splits, or functional issues.  Very good collectible condition. $150 (#4)

Colt M1911 WWI Era USGI Two-Tone Magazine

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Original two-tone magazine with lanyard loop and pinned base for USGI Colt M1911's from the WWI era. This magazine has the dull bluing as opposed the more polished finish on Government Model 1911 magazines. This is an excellent condition example with original bluing.  There is no damage, splits, or functional issues.  Excellent collectible condition. $150 (#3)

Colt M1911 WWI Era USGI Two-Tone Magazine

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Original two-tone magazine with lanyard loop and pinned base for USGI Colt M1911's from the WWI era. This magazine has the polished bluing suggesting it is a Government Model 1911 magazine. This is an excellent condition example with original bluing.  There is no damage, splits, or functional issues.  Very good collectible condition. $150 (#2)

Colt 1911 WWI Era Two-Tone Magazine

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Original two-tone magazine with lanyard loop and pinned base for USGI Colt M1911's from the WWI era. This magazine has the dull bluing as opposed the more polished finish on Government Model 1911 magazines. This is an excellent condition example with original bluing.  There is no damage, splits, or functional issues.  Excellent collectible condition. $150  (#1)

Colt M1911 WWI Era USGI Two-Tone Magazine

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Stocks

Original Colt 1911 two-tone magazine with lanyard loop spring.  This is out of a magazine that was destroyed. Excellent condition and obscure part to find on the loose. $30

Colt 1911 Two-Tone Magazine w/ Lanyard Loop Spring

Original Colt 1911 two-tone magazine with lanyard loop follower. This is out of a magazine that was destroyed. Good used condition and obscure part to find on the loose. $30

Colt 1911 Two-Tone Magazine w/ Lanyard Loop Follower

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Original walnut Colt 'Double-Diamond' stocks / grips.  These stocks have 15 rows of checkering between the diamonds typical of Colt produced stocks.   These would be perfect to correct a Colt 1911 or M1911 from the WWI era. The stocks are a matching set featuring the correct checkering and circular saw marks on the back found only on originals. The walnut is nicely aged and free of cracks, they haven't shrunk and will still fit a period pistol without issue. Ready to correct a 1911 or M1911 in lightly to moderately used condition. $325

Colt 1911 or M1911 'Double Diamond' Stocks

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Colt 1911 or M1911 'Double Diamond' Stocks

Original walnut Colt 'Double-Diamond' stocks / grips.  These stocks have 13 rows of checkering between the diamonds, which is likely late WWI Colt production although WWI Remington Arms M1911 stocks also have 13 rows of checkering. The stocks are a matching set featuring the correct checkering and circular saw marks on the back found only on originals. The walnut is aged and worn from use but free of cracks, they haven't shrunk and will still fit a period pistol without issue.  Ready to correct a 1911 in M1911 in moderately to heavily used condition. $175

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Keyes Fibre Co. Type 2 M1911A1 plastic stocks / grips with reinforcing rings around screw holes.  Keyes subcontracted grips for Ithaca, Remington Rand, and Union Switch & Signal.  These would be suitable to correct M1911A1's from any of those makers. Matching colour and condition set with light to moderate wear. $60

Keyes M1911A1 Plastic Stocks

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Coltwood M1911A1 plastic stocks / grips with strengthening ribs, mold numbers, and large reinforcing rings around screw holes.  These Type 2 grips adopted in mid-1942 from serial range 795000 to the end of Colt M1911A1 production. Matching colour and condition set with light to moderate wear. $60

Coltwood M1911A1 Plastic Stocks #1

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Coltwood M1911A1 plastic stocks / grips with strengthening ribs, mold numbers, and large reinforcing rings around screw holes.  These Type 2 grips adopted in mid-1942 from serial range 795000 to the end of Colt M1911A1 production. Matching colour and condition set with light to moderate wear. $60

Coltwood M1911A1 Plastic Stocks #2

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These USGI M1911 or M1911A1 replacement stocks / grips are for pistols that went threw arsenal rebuild.  If you have a Vietnam era arsenal rebuilt gun with the wrong stocks this set would be suitable.  These were manufactured during Vietnam when a lot of pistols required refurbishment. Still sealed in the original packaging, mint condition as manufactured. $25

USGI M1911 / M1911A1 Replacement Stocks (Vietnam Era)

Barrels

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USGI Colt M1911A1 Large 'G' Barrel

Original USGI Colt M1911A1 large 'G' barrel.  This barrel would correct a Colt M1911A1 in the serial range 710,0001 to the end of production in 1945.  Original bluing.  The bore and rifling contain some pitting, due to the corrosive ammo used during WWII.  Comes complete with the barrel link and pin.   $250

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Colt 1911 British Contract Government Model Barrel in .455 Auto

Original Colt 1911 British Contract Government Model in .455 Auto barrel.  Original bluing.  The bore and rifling contain some very fine pitting, due to the corrosive ammo used during WWI.  Can be used to correct any Colt 1911 in .455 auto. Has British export proofs on the hood, consistent with the export markings seen on other .455 Colt's that came back to North America.  The barrel has the unique cut to take .455 auto ammunition. Comes complete with the barrel link and pin.   $450

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Colt 1911 Government Model Barrel (C5000 to C30000)

A rare original early Colt 1911 Government Model barrel with original bluing and polished hood. The barrel is in excellent condition with original bluing and factory polished hood, perfect for correcting a nice early Government Model 1911 within the approx. serial range C5000 to C30000.  The bore and rifling is still strong, and it comes with the barrel link and pin.   $750

Other Parts

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USGI Colt M1911A1 extractor with parkerized finish.  Very lightly used condition. $30

USGI Colt M1911A1 Extractor

Original Colt 1911 / M1911 slide stop.  Excellent condition with original bluing. $150

Colt 1911 / M1911 Slide Stop

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USGI Colt M1911A1 stamped trigger with parkerized finish.  Used condition. $40

USGI Colt M1911A1 Stamped Trigger

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Original early Colt 1911 or M1911 main spring housing.  Suitable to correct a pistol in moderately to heavily worn condition, or use in restoration. $65

Early Colt 1911 Main Spring Housing

Extremely scarce and desirable Colt 1911 Government Model 'Canadian Contract' 1914 Barrel.  Original bluing with correct factory polished hood and good bore.  'J' marked on lug, some of these had a small 'P' on the hood as well but it frequently wore off and is not observed on some Canadian Contract guns.  If you need this, you probably already know that many 1914 'Canadian Contract' 1911's had the barrels replaced so this may be your only chance to correct an otherwise all correct gun.  This barrel came from a Canadian Contract 1911 turned in by the family to be deactivated but some of the parts were luckily saved. $750

Colt 1911 Government Model 'Canadian Contract' Barrel

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