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  1. G.H.D. Guy H. Drewry ....Army Inspector of Ordnance, 1942-45
  2. I've got one that came with a garrison belt attached. WWII holster and older garrison belt.
  3. You got a nice RemRand for a good price. In the rivers myself!
  4. Very nice , Jack. When I was young, about 60 years ago we could buy these at the local army- navy store for about a dollar. We wanted them to shoot. Wrong, they were all duds. Wish I had just put them away as the treasures they are now.
  5. Beckworh was the one who screwed up Carter's ill fated attempt to free the Iranian hostages!
  6. There are plenty of them out there, in fact most WW1 1911's have been through arsenal rework. You can find them from $800 up, depending on condition. The 1911A1's are really going up in price if they are original as are WW1 original blue 1911's.
  7. I HAVE HAD THESE IN THE PAST (LONG, LONG TIME AGO) WHEN I WAS YOUNG AND COULD NOT AFFORD AMMO FOR MY DCM $12.00, 1911 I BOUGHT WHEN IN HIGH SCHOOL. AND FOUND A DOZEN OR SO OF THESE BOXES FOR A FEW DOLLARS. THEY WERE ALL DUDS. BY THE WAY THE SECOND 1911 I BOUGHT FROM THE DCM WAS A NEW IN THE BOX REMINGTON RAND AND WAS $17.00 PLUS A FEW DOLLARS FOR RAILWAY EXPRESS. i STILL HAVE THE GUN BUT NOT THE BOX. BOXES WEREN'T IMPORTANT IN THE 1950"S. i ALSO HAD TO BORROW THE $17.00 FROM MY BROTHER AND HE KEPT THE GUN UNTIL I TRADED HIM OUT OF IT.
  8. The 38-55 was late 1800's and was used in the 1894 Winchester and the 1893 Marlin lever guns as well as the 1885 hi wall..and others. 38 cal 40 gr black powder. The 30 wcf may be the 30-40 krag...not sure.
  9. Very nice. I have one almost identical. Paid 750 and would not take less than 1,000.
  10. I had a bunch of WWI .45 ammo. It would not shoot due to age.
  11. You should get $1500+++ for this nice piece. Do not take less.
  12. Interarms import for sure, mixed parts, no more than $600
  13. Very nice. Probably worth $ 800 to $ 1,000 to a re-enactor or jeep guy. How was it demilled? It is the military version and was made by Savage Arms.
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