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Old 05-27-2012, 01:02 AM
albertmacaw albertmacaw is offline
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Colt Gold Cup and Defender




I have a Series 80 Gold Cup w/ less then 25 rounds run through it and a Series 80 Defender new in Box. Can someone give me the approximate value of each? Gold Cup is 99%.
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Old 05-27-2012, 01:09 AM
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Welcome to the forum. Please note that I removed your duplicate posts, as cross-posting isn't permitted. It's hard to put a value on pistols without knowing the approximate year of production or being abe to see decent pics. The Gold Cup has been in continuous production for decades but has also undergone numerous small changes. Same with the Defender, to a lesser degree. Without more info I can only hazard a rough guess of about $700 for each.
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