My local gun shop sells them new for that price also. I bought mine used, unfired, for $1050. But stay on point, the GCT is truly one of the finest guns that Colt ever made, in my opinion.
When I first got mine and took it to the range, my shooting friends admired it, and laughed at me for paying that much for a gun.
After 20 rounds to get the sights dialed in, the laughing stopped, the begging and whining started. Within my shooting group, the GCT brought my shooting average up nearly 20%. Needless to say I was proud of my shooting, but equally proud to own a Colt Gold Cup Trophy.
I've seen them in AZ for as much as $1279. I've seen blue 1991s for as much as $1150. The GCT is beautiful pistol. I'm still partial to the blue National Match, which tends to be a little more difficult to find than the GCT stainless.
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