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One of the most important firearms in US history, the M1911 Pistol has a rich history and tradition spanning yearsThe replica has a die-cast, all-metal construction, featuring over 30 metal and wood parts, including an operating cartridge clipPlease note that this is a replica firearm and as realistic as it might appear, it cannot be converted into a working firearm
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The M1911 .45 caliber pistol has a rich history and tradition from the border campaigns against Pancho Villa through WWl, WWll, Korea and Vietnam. This die-cast, all-metal replica model is a realistic non-firing duplicate of the standard government issue sidearm of the U.S. soldier since 1911. It has over 30 metal and wood parts, replicating the original M1911 in size, weight and appearance. The parts function much like the original, even including an operating cartridge clip. However, parts cannot be interchanged, or the replica made to fire ammunition.
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