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    Most of the Remington Berthier rifles stayed in the USAicon, those that did make to France had to be worked over/rebuilt

    Finding a Frenchicon rebuilt Remington Berthier is a collectors item

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    Actually Remington had a huge problem when WWI ended. They were stuck with thousands of finished, semi-finished and forgings of M1917 parts. They shut down their Forge Shop in 1918 and opened it up in 1939/40. All of the Honduran contract were WW1 left over parts. As well as all of the M1930 sporter rifles. All WW1 left over parts. They made the 1917 Revolver until just after WWII with left over parts, as well. A huge problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calif-Steve View Post
    left over parts
    That would be money just sitting there, all the contract revolvers would have been stockpiled parts then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    That would be money just sitting there, all the contract revolvers would have been stockpiled parts then.
    Ok, I give, what revolver did Remington make? I was thinking this was a typo meaning Colt or Smith and Wesson...did Remington make a 1917 revolver???

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcathey View Post
    Ok, I give, what revolver
    Guess we slipped of topic...strange thing to do here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    Guess we slipped of topic...strange thing to do here...
    So it is the Smith and Wesson or Colt revolver?
    I don't mean to come off snarky...it's just if there's another US Military gun I don't know about, I need to add it to my list!! Haha

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    Yes, yes. I meant S&W M1917 revolver. Both S&W and Remington were stuck with piles of parts.


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