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Old 01-11-2011, 07:27 PM   #1
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I would please like to know if anyone has the knowledge to determine what brand of 45 caliber handgun this is. .Hello, could somebody please help identify this pistol? - General Handgun Discussion

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Old 01-11-2011, 09:03 PM   #2
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Not without some information on what markings are on the gun. What I can tell from here, it COULD be a non-firing replica. Not saying it is, just saying can't tell from one pic and no description.
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Hello and welcome to the forum, please stop by and introduce yourself in the introductions section.

On to your question,
It's obviously a 1911 style pistol, possibly assembled from parts from many different brands as most 1911 parts are interchangeable.
There have been, and still are many different manufacturers that make a 1911.

Someone may be able to tell you what brand (if any) it is, but it will probably help a lot if you post more pictures of it.
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It must have been hard to take a picture that showed any less detail about this gun. It could be an air pistol, a custom 1911 build, or anything in between...
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Whats allready been said-
I MUST add those are some UGLY grips on whatever it is
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dont know about the gun .....but the grips are mexican.
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Stainless slide is stamped like a Colt, but the frame doesn't look like Colt quality.
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dont know about the gun .....but the grips are mexican.
Ya think?
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Stainless slide is stamped like a Colt, but the frame doesn't look like Colt quality.
i agree the slide does look like a colt. the frame doesnt look right in the serial# area but the pic isnt good enough.

it is a hideously ugly gun.
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Those grips are DISGUSTING! Browning is spinning in his grave. Times like this, I wish we had a barf face to use.
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