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New to the community here, so I thought I'd post a recent find.

This 1922 Government Model incorporates post WWI commercial pistol changes, most of which were ultimately adopted by the military M1911A1 "Transitional" models in 1924 starting at S/N 700000.

To the best of my knowledge, the pistol looks all original to me.. but, I'm would appreciate additional input.

Thanks,

Ray




















 

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Appears correct even down to the late 13 row grips. Nice pistol.
Thanks Johnny... the only thing that made me wonder was the K marked barrel, similar to the Transition barrels.

I researched the "K" on the barrel along with the "P" and found that these markings began around 1920.

I also found an "F" on the inside of the frame where barrel link travels but I'm sure if this is anything interesting.


 
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