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Looking for a nice original Ithaca 1911a1. Interested in the military version not the civilian models. Let me know if you have one to sell or know of one for sale.
 

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Ithaca WW2 semi auto .45 ACP cal Serial No 1229318, made in 1943, parkerized finish, brown plastic checkered stocks. Condition: Very good 98% WW2 parkerized finish with wear only on the edges. Mechanically tight. Pistol has the correct WW2 HS marked High Standard barrel & P next to magazine catch. All correct markings on slide with FJA inspection stamp of Frank J Atwood. Has the late production serrated slide stop & thumb safety, narrow hammer and arched mainspring housing. Grips are correct “Keye-Fibre” company that has the single five-pointed star with a “K” inside, a single mold number both located inside of the grips along with the correct reinforcing ribs. The magazine is blued WW 2 version with “S” on the magazine lip made by Scoville sub contractor for magazines in WW2. Comes with reproduction Ithaca shipping box and correct wartime wax paper protection. Also comes with a WW2 correct original shoulder US holster with stamping on back ”U.S. ENGER-KRESS -44-No rips, tears or gouges. C&R eligible Curio & Relic. Fixed shipping cost of $ 35 paid by BUYER. if you live in California and bid on this weapon, then you agree by your bid to pay all costs, excluding my FFL dealer's fee, associated with shipping this item to your FFL. Payment must be received within 7 days from purchase or item may be relisted and negative feedback reported. This pistol is correct and as nice as they get for a WW2 1911A1 collection.
 
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