My father use to shoot on the US Army pistol team back in the 60’s and had a pair of 1911 he used in the matches. One was a Colt Gold Cup National Match and the other was a standard 1911 frame with a Colt 22 conversion unit on it. He gave me them back in the late 80’s and they were my pride possession. Fast forward to current times, my dad started getting active in shooting again and asked to borrow them. My dad is 83 years old and I don’t know what came over him, he took them to Firearm Traders Warehouse and sold them. When I found out I was upset! I called the gun shop and spoke to the owner Harry Dehart and told him what happened. He offered to sell them back to me for the money he paid for them. When he bought them from my dad he paid a very fair price for them, that was good for my dad but tough for me. I drove to Macon and bought them back and they are now back in my safe where they belong. One day I will give them to a grandchild or some other lucky recipient. As for Firearm Traders Warehouse, they have a nice store with some nice inventory and owned by a truly good man!