Colt's Gold Cup Lite is the entry point into the Gold Cup family, a line of competitive 1911-style firearms introduced more than fifty years ago. Today, Colt's Gold Cups are recognized as the standard for competitive guns. The Gold Cup Lite is chambered in 38 Super and features a stainless steel barrel/slide/frame and wide Series 70 3-hole aluminum trigger with a trigger weight of 4-6 lbs. Additional features of the single action only Gold Cup Lite include a 5-inch National Match barrel, adjustable Bomar rear sight, red optic front sight and blue G10 grips. Accessories included with the pistol include second magazine, cable lock and instruction manual.
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