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August 8, 2010, 10:19 PM
I just picked up a "Colt MKIV Series 80" chambered for "Super .38 Auto" "Colt government Model" 1911 in stainless. Ser# SG07213E. It has "CTC" laser grips.
It looks new except for an "idiot mark" on it.
Can anybody shed some light on the date of birth and a value please?
Also I was told it was a "Gold Cup" is this true, I don't know how to identify a gold cup?
August 8, 2010, 10:23 PM
Call Colt and they will tell you the year made, but no other information without paying $75-$100 for an archive letter.
There aren't many .38 Super Gold Cup variants, nearly all are .45s.
Does your gun have adjustable sights and a wide slotted trigger?
Surely you paid a fair price or trade for it. I won't second guess you on its dollar value.
August 8, 2010, 11:02 PM
Black solid trigger with black 3 dot sights.
$900 out the door. Don't know if it was a good price but it was worth it to me:D
August 9, 2010, 12:28 PM
[Can anybody shed some light on the date of birth and a value please?]
[$900 out the door. Don't know if it was a good price but it was worth it to me]
There ya go ! A nickled Super would float my boat, too. :p
August 9, 2010, 12:52 PM
It's not stainless, it's nickeled if it's a series 70.
August 9, 2010, 01:10 PM
I just called Colt and they say it is a "regular Gov't Model and not a Gold Cup and that it was made in 1998". Thank you Jim for the number.
Also this gun is a stainless gun. (I have had it in front of me while posting) and it says right on it that it is a series 80.
Thank you for all the help without all of your help and information I would be a lot dumber than I already am.:confused:
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