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Thanks Mako
nice grips, can you confirm their serial number matching status

BRgds, John
 

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UPDATED AND NEW LISTING BY JOHN ADDED ON POST # 1
 

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I have one coming into my possession in a week :
original configuration
serial 49,xxx
33/33 line grips (barely, bottom line is just a small cut) also serialized, factory 9
imperial accepted
 

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I have one coming into my possession in a week :
original configuration
serial 49,xxx
33/33 line grips (barely, bottom line is just a small cut) also serialized, factory 9
imperial accepted
Thanks Palmer, will add 49433 red nine factory, imperial to list, nice grip/gun.
John
 

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Thanks Palmer, will add 49433 red nine factory, imperial to list, nice grip/gun.
John
ah! the last number is actually 8, S/N: 49438.. and I want to say thank you as well for creating this list of grips, because of it I felt confident enough in my deduction of a real red9 to make the purchase... this list is not only historically important but has certainly helped me out.
 

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This is an excellent thread ! Has anyone done a brief on the examples that were not delivered? I know that many were converted to the 1920 police re-work variation though some of these were re-worked from delivered military configured examples. Were some re-routed to the Finish contract? and others converted post war to 7.63 mm and sold on the commercial market. Has anyone done a summary? Regards,
 
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