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An out of state relative of mine was just willed a Remington Rand 45 ACP pistol still in it's original box. It has some bluing/finish wear as we assume it was worn daily by the grandfather that passed back when he was in the service. I don't have much more info at the moment, I'm waiting for some pictures. Does anyone know anything about these pistols?
We are also interested in a value to help determine if it's worth our time to seek out an interested collector or if we should just take it to the next military arms swap meet.
Thanks for any and all replies.
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Remington-Rand made typewriters. At the start of WWII, they were assigned the jkob of making 1911 model .45ACP pistols for service use. They are very collectable, but unless you are desparate for cash, I would not sell it because it is a family heirloom.
Valus depends on condition, but if the box came with the pistol, take it to be valued, as well as any papers you have connecting the pistol with your relative. This will increase value.

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