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New colt python


Trigger Mike

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saw one in town today.   It was 1600.  I held it and the butt seemed squared and rubbed right on the pinched nerve in the web of my thumb.  I let it go back to the shelf.  It was pretty though.

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Look at it this way. You just saved 1600 smackers. ;):lol:

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Give it a year the newness will wear off , hopefully the price will come down . It’s hard to pony that much up when you can get a S&W performance center gun for a few hundred less . But if you gotta have a Python ya gotta have it 

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Saw and handled a 4 inch recently...it was sold...it was very nice...it went from "want" to "need."

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My 1993 Python, I think I need a new one to compare!!

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I have yet to see a new Python. Perhaps that’s a good thing. I got my sights set on 2 Ruger Redhawks. 
 

Hmmm...for the $1600 they want for a Python I can possibly get both Rugers...now I just need $1600 for the Python to buy the Rugers. :P

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I've handled three that were pre sold when they came in to the LGS.  Mine is pre paid for, and I'm waiting for delivery.  I chose a 4.25" one.  

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44 minutes ago, Trigger Mike said:

What is the recoil on the new python like?

If it's anything like my '93 Python it'll be very manageable. I shoot .357's and actually enjoy them!!

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12 hours ago, Matthew Duncan said:

A lot of money for a pretty $500 revolver.

Money ain’t got nuthin to do with it. :lol::lol::FlagAm:

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8 minutes ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

Money ain’t got nuthin to do with it. :lol::lol::FlagAm:

 

You got a printing press hidden behind your still?

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14 minutes ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

Money ain’t got nuthin to do with it. :lol::lol::FlagAm:

Well, no.  It don't.  

 

I bought a Winchester rifle for $600, kept it two years, and sold it for $1250.  That money, and a little more paid for my Python.  

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13 minutes ago, LawMan Mark, SASS #57095L said:

Well, no.  It don't.  

 

I bought a Winchester rifle for $600, kept it two years, and sold it for $1250.  That money, and a little more paid for my Python.  

“It’s an investment”, I always tell my wife. :)

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1 hour ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

“It’s an investment”, I always tell my wife. :)

I just try not to mention it at all . What she don’t know won’t hurt me , and if that doesn’t work out I can always go with it’s better to ask for forgiveness than permission 

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Interesting gun. I had to sell my 4" Python when I got married 30+ years ago to pay off some bills. Could this new one join the herd?

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