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Post by Walibaa » Mon Sep 25, 2017 10:50 pm

Does anyone own a 1911 here in India

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by mundaire » Tue Sep 26, 2017 12:44 pm

Lots of people in India own 1911 pistols, these were issued in fairly large numbers to ex-servicemen under the NSP scheme. You'll find these made by various companies who were contracted to supply the same to the US military.

Though to be precise most of them will be the 1911A1 model and not the older 1911 model which preceded it.
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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by russianshooter » Sat Oct 21, 2017 3:16 am

mundaire wrote:Lots of people in India own 1911 pistols, these were issued in fairly large numbers to ex-servicemen under the NSP scheme. You'll find these made by various companies who were contracted to supply the same to the US military.

Though to be precise most of them will be the 1911A1 model and not the older 1911 model which preceded it.
What price in India? 45 is NPB

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by mundaire » Sat Oct 21, 2017 6:29 am

Till middle of last year .45 ACP was under the "restricted" list of calibres, but the new Arms Rules 2016 have removed it from that list and now it is a "permissible" calibre and can be owned on an ordinary handgun license.

The ammunition isn't currently manufactured here though, imported ammunition retails for upwards of ₹200 - ₹250 per round. Most commonly available brand is S&B.

The pistols themselves go for upwards of ₹400,000 these days (depending on make & condition).

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by Baljit » Sat Oct 21, 2017 7:37 am

How many you want's?


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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by russianshooter » Sat Oct 21, 2017 10:55 pm

mundaire wrote:Till middle of last year .45 ACP was under the "restricted" list of calibres, but the new Arms Rules 2016 have removed it from that list and now it is a "permissible" calibre and can be owned on an ordinary handgun license.

The ammunition isn't currently manufactured here though, imported ammunition retails for upwards of ₹200 - ₹250 per round. Most commonly available brand is S&B.

The pistols themselves go for upwards of ₹400,000 these days (depending on make & condition).

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by mankaran_sandhu » Fri Jan 26, 2018 1:46 pm

I Have 2 1911 A1s purchased around 3-4 months ago for a much higher price than quoted above by Mundaire.
Its a lovely American Classic and worth it! Its much superior to the 9mm which is PB.

1. COLT 1911
2. Ithaca 1911
Both Chambered in .45 ACP
Round costs from Rs 150-400 depending on the availability and location.

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by hhchoudhary » Sat Mar 03, 2018 5:25 pm

Are you really interested in selling it please tell the price I am interested if it is possible to get endorse on my license I am from Mumbai

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by Vineet » Sun Mar 04, 2018 7:02 pm

mankaran_sandhu wrote:I Have 2 1911 A1s purchased around 3-4 months ago for a much higher price than quoted above by Mundaire.
+1. Ithaca costs around 7 lacs and Colt around 8.5 lacs.
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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by mankaran_sandhu » Sun Mar 04, 2018 7:28 pm

Vineet wrote:
mankaran_sandhu wrote:I Have 2 1911 A1s purchased around 3-4 months ago for a much higher price than quoted above by Mundaire.
+1. Ithaca costs around 7 lacs and Colt around 8.5 lacs.
Bulls Eye. My Ithaca was for 7 and Colt was for 8.30..

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by ronj » Fri May 04, 2018 8:32 am

Those are some great prices. A colt in good shape new is over $800. I just bought a colt delta elite 10mm. Was $1200 us.

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by spsm » Thu May 31, 2018 10:30 am

Are you still looking for a buyer for your .45's

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by manu » Sun Jun 03, 2018 10:18 am

dear spsm,
please share with forum about .45 may be someone else find it helpful

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by Trustwell » Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:45 am

Is there anyone who knows how to obtain/buy spare magazines for a Colt 1911 MKIV Series 70 chambered in .45 ACP?

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Re: 1911 pistol

Post by bishu57 » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:55 am

Trustwell wrote:Is there anyone who knows how to obtain/buy spare magazines for a Colt 1911 MKIV Series 70 chambered in .45 ACP?
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