Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by MUSICALGUNNUT45, Sep 27, 2011.
YES thats at the top of the list for me.
It takes a serious crew of seasoned experts to hand assemble and fit all of the parts for a Python.
Sadly (from what I understand) these crews no longer exist.
Somebody had to build the first one.
But yea, they would want an arm and a leg.
Model 1903 in .22/.32/380
Python in .41mag/.357
Trooper MKIII in .45colt/.45acp/.41mag/.50GI
Fitz special in all of the above calibers
Delta Elite, Blued with adjustable sights, and in the Kimber Price Range.
Guns for civilians, especially DA revolvers and the 1903.
A Python goes for what it goes for today because they're not making any more.
I understand and sympathize with the longing for Colt revolvers, but the cold hard fact is that the revolver market has shrunk considerably from what it once was. Out of S&W, Ruger and Colt, there was more capacity than the market could bear and something had to give. Colt was by far the weakest of the three.
A minty Python is $1,500+.
I'm still not selling mine.
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