The following is a rare Remington Model 51 (Early Type 1) chambered in .380 ACP. This is an early model that features the 9 “U” shaped vertical serrations on the rear of the slide and is void of the Remington Arms trademark on the right side of the frame (only later models had this). Features the anchor inspection stamp on the right side of the trigger guard as well as the words “THE REMINGTON ARMS-UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO., INC. REMINGTON ILION WKS. ILION, N.Y. U.S.A. PEDERSEN’S PATENTS PENDING” stamped on the top of the slide. This item is in excellent condition for its age, I would rate it around 85% + due to minor finish wear on firearm and magazine. It appears to have been used very little. The bore is nice (is a little frosty) for a firearm of this age (see picture) and everything appears tight and in excellent shape. This is one of the best examples that I have seen of this firearm in a long time. This would make an excellent addition to any collection. These Model 51s (especially the early Type 1s) are getting harder and hard to find, especially in this condition. Please note, this item was photographed with a coat of oil on it. I have done my very best to represent this item to the best of my abilities. Please feel free to contact me to request additional pictures of the firearm. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, concerns, or comments. Thanks for looking!
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