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Finally got the big snake

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Phil DeGraves, Aug 3, 2008.

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  1. Phil DeGraves

    Phil DeGraves Member

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    Well, I thought I was all gunned out, but went to the gun store the other day and picked up a Python and a S&W M24-3.

    I would say that should about do it. Until the next time...
     
  2. 22-rimfire

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    I always thought the big snake was the Anaconda. Pythons are great. Hope you enjoy owning yours. I have owned them and have gravitated to shooting the Trooper Mark III's rather than collecting Pythons.
     
  3. GUNKWAZY

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    Congrats.
    Now, where's the pictures ?

    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
  4. 44and45

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    This is the really big snake...the Anaconda. But only a six inch snake, I believe there are examples of 10 & 12 inch...with .44 magnum fangs.

    Jim

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    I have a Colt Python that I bought new in '92. If I could only keep one firearm from the myriad of firearms I own, it would be the Python. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing on so many levels, it's a mechanical delight and superbly accurate. Soon after buying it, I sent it to a gunsmith in Florida who replaced the factory seer with a roller-bearing seer. It was good to begin with but now it's outstanding.

    :)
     
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    Sounds like a dream day. Hopefully they will provide you with much pleasure and joy.
     
  8. MCgunner

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    Wasn't sure I wanted to see a picture, depending on if he was braggin' about an enlargement of an organ or what?:uhoh:
     
  9. HeavyDuty

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    Anacondas don't have that wonderful Python trigger, do they?
     
  10. nerfsrule2

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    I own a Blue Python in 6 inch... I want to see yours is it blue or Nickel????
     
  11. Bob R

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    Here, I will post one.

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    Is there a market for the 8" ones?

    bob
     
  12. Shade00

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    Bob, no. People hate the 8 inchers. I'll do you a favor and take it off your hands for say, $300? Or, tell you what, I'll trade you a S&W Model 60 with a manageable 2" barrel.

    ;)
     
  13. Bob R

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    Shade,

    I was sooooo close to taking you up on that, then SWMBO smacked me. She thinks the gun is hers. ;)

    bob
     
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