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Mid 1945 produced US M1911A1 US Army 45 Colt by Remington Rand, photographed 3rd February 2004, by Lasse Jensen.

This gun is within the last 50,000 of the 900,000 produced by Remington Rand. This one was re-built by Anniston Army Depot, Anniston, Alabama, October 1972, carrying the ANAD 1072 stamp. This type of weapon was issued to U.S. Army officers and enlisted personl in armor units (tankers) through the 1980's.

Confiscated early 2004 in or around Al-Qurna, Iraq. Destroyed shortly after.

Also shown are the .45 Auto cartridge (left) and 7.65 mm Browning cartridge (right).

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