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PostSubject: Need help with a M-1911A1-67 in bits   Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:30 am

I was given a replica model gun and its a nice piece but its dismantled and I am trying to find a breakdown so I can put it back together, the only real identifying marks besides M-1911A1-67 AUTOLOADING PISTOL
CALIBER 45 US-ARMY - MODEL is it says Japan on the other side, it has dummy solid brass rounds as well , no idea of age or maker but I can see all the parts are there it has been completely dismantled and with the few parts related to the trigger and hammer section I am not sure how it goes together yet the rest I can do easily any ideas of where I can find a tear down diagram, being a replica its not the same as an actual gun
any help appreciated cheers Tom in Australia
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PostSubject: Re: Need help with a M-1911A1-67 in bits   Wed Dec 06, 2017 12:07 pm

Being Australia, my educated guess is that it would be the RMI/MGC replica.
Either of these two links may be of help to you.
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