The Remington Model 51 is a small pocket pistol designed by John Pedersen
and manufactured by Remington Arms in
the early 20th century for the American civilian market.
Remington manufactured approximately 65,000 Model 51 pistols
in .32 ACP and .380 ACP calibers
from 1918 to 1927, though small numbers were assembled into
the mid-1930s. Remington was trying to compete in the
small auto pistol market but Colt was already well
established with the hammerless 1903 in .32 and the 1908
version in .380.
This one is in very good condition
overall. The bluing has holster wear but about 70% or more
still remains. There is some slight pitting on the left side
of the muzzle. The bore is near excellent with good strong
rifling. Comes with one original magazine.
FFL or C&R required.