Gold Cup .22 LR

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Gold Cup .22 LR

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The Colt Gold Cup .22 LR semi-auto features a CNC machined high-grade aluminium slide, skeletonized 3-hole trigger, extended beavertail grip safety, and elongated hammer. It has a blued finish with rubber wraparound grips, 5″ (127mm) barrel, and a target front sight and adjustable rear sight.

The Colt 1911 still defines the standard for modern day semi-automatic pistols. The 1911 was the standard US military sidearm from 1911 to 1985 and the M45 CQB model is now being issued to the US Marine Corp. It is also frequently used by civilians, law enforcement, and military forces throughout the world today.

The Colt Gold Cup is also available in a FLAT Dark Earth finish.

This series of Colt .22 LR Rimfire 1911s has the same look and feel as their .45 “big brothers” but allows you to spend a day at the range for a fraction of the cost. Available in the Gold Cup, Rail Gun and Government versions, these authentic models are made exclusively under license by Carl Walther in Germany.

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.22 LR

Barrel length





Blued finish with rubber wraparound grips


1 x 10-round magazine

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Guns Australia review by Jack Crawford – January/March 2012

Spare Parts

Frontier Arms carry a large inventory of spare parts. Here you will find parts diagrams for this model which will enable you to identify your requirements by part number. When ordering parts from your dealer, please quote full part number to ensure accurate identification.

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The partnerships Frontier Arms have with our manufacturers have been forged over several decades. Much like the partnerships we have with our Authorised Dealer network.

Visit the Colt website for more information on this product. The series of Colt .22 LR Rimfire 1911s are authentic models made exclusively under license by Carl Walther in Germany.