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S/N SM3725 to SM13803 Service Model "ACE" .22 made, some gaps in numbering produced in 1945. S/N C221001 to C222000 1946 1000 S/N C222001 to C231999 1947 9999 S/N C232000 to C238500 1948 6501 S/N C238501 to C240000 1949 1500 S/N C240001 to 247700C 1950 7700 S/N 247701C to 253179C 1951 5479 S/N 253180C to 259549C 1952 6370 S/N 259550C to 266349C 1953 6800 S/N 266350C to 270549C 1954 4200 S/N 270550C to 272549C 1955 2000 S/N 272550C to 276699C 1956 4150 S/N 276700C to 281999C 1957 5300 S/N 282000C to 283799C 1958 1800 S/N 283800C to 285799C 1959 2000 S/N 285800C to 287999C 1960 2200 S/N 288000C to 289849C 1961 1850 S/N 289850C to 291299C 1962 1450 S/N 291300C to 293799C 1963 2500 S/N 293800C to 295999C 1964 2200 S/N 296000C to 300299C 1965 4300 S/N 300300C to 308499C 1966 8200 S/N 308500C to 315599C 1967 7100 S/N 315600C to 324499C 1968 8900 S/N 324500C to 332649C 1969 8150 S/N 332650C to 336169C 1970 3520 S/N C211458 Sept.
In 1919 another 400 M1911 Colts shipped in above S/N range. In 1944 no commercial peroduction of any kind recorded.
In 1915 another 1000 shipped within above S/N range. in 1960 as surplus but very rare in any condition.) 9) Colt M1911A1 Argentine Modelo 1927: = July 28, 1927 to Feb. COLT pistols made by Argintina under licence from Colt marked on right of slide with "EJERCITO ARGENTINO / SIST. These are rare because of Mexico's strict penalties for illegal possession of military arms (ON SPOT EXECUTION). .22 to .45 Conversion Units made S/N U1701 to S/N U1750.
The first they made had "COLT AUT PISTOL M/1912" on the slides and then at S/N 100 this changed to "11.25 m/m AUT. 8) Colt M1911 Argentine: = 1919 ( 321 shipped in 1914 marked on right side of slide with "MARINA ARGENTINA". 1927" and S/N's stamped on top of slide in Colt's italic numbers.) SYST. Other M1911A1 pistols made in Argintina at Fabrica Militar de Armas Portatiles, Rosario, Argintina 10) Colt M1911 MEXICAN: After WW I, Mexico procured an unknown number of M1911 pistols made by Colt. S/N C5400 to C16599 1914 11,200 S/N C16600 to C27599 1915 11,000 S/N C27600 to C74999 1916 47,400 S/N C75000 to C98999 1917 24,000 S/N C99000 to C105999 1918 7000 S/N C106000 to C120999 1919 15,000 S/N C121000 to C126999 1920 6000 S/N C127000 to C128999 1921 2000 S/N C129000 to C129999 1922 1000 S/N C130000 to C133999 1923 4000 The following pistols were shipped to Major Cyrus S. A limited amount of Super 38 & Super Match 38 produced. S/N's C213341, C213242, C213343, C213345 May 27, 1942 shipped to Remington Arms Co.