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Early 1945 Remington Rand 45 auto that I've been told is in excellant original condition,not redone. Two differnet gunsmiths have checked this gun out and say it's original condition so I'm asking $2000 for it. Please let me know what you think of the gun.
 

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From what can be seen, trigger and slide stop are not correct. May 1945 production.
Safety doesn't look quite right either. Here's my 1944 R-R gun for comparison below.

The OP's gun, if I had to guess, is much like mine: redone at Anniston and newer parts were fitted. I don't think mine got much in the way of anything new until it was sealed up in the 1970s.

 

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Early 1945 Remington Rand 45 auto that I've been told is in excellant original condition,not redone. Two differnet gunsmiths have checked this gun out and say it's original condition so I'm asking $2000 for it. Please let me know what you think of the gun.
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