Here is a setup that you rarely see these days, we have an NRA/DCM sale 1911 pistol from 1962. Now exactly what kind of 1911 pistol you got when you ordered one of these from the DCM was STRICTLY LUCK OF THE DRAW, most of them that I have seen were WWII reworked WWI Colt 1911’s. The guy that got this one was a bit more lucky, he ended up with an Un-Issued June, 1945 Production Remington Rand 1911a1 Pistol, still new in the box and sent onto him exactly as you seen it here, in the original Remington Rand shipping box it left Syracuse in 17 years earlier, that is ensconced in the original Railway Express shipping box. This was sent out to Glendale California. Can you imagine what the cowardly emasculated yellow dog commie politicians from Cali would do if that happened today? Probs call out the National guard and hide.
This is a classic example of the very distinctive late light gray parked Remington Rands that were produced in the final two months of production. Of course this is a textbook example and comes as shipped with 2 spare mags. Finding a US WWII Service Pistol in this condition of originality is a very tall order today and this will make a wonderful display!