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Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by FM2Wildcat, Nov 10, 2006.

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  1. FM2Wildcat

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    Thanks again to those who helped me find the born on date of my '81 Python and as promised here are the pics of her. :)
    Cheers!

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  2. GrandmasterB

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    She's a beauty!
     
  3. FM2Wildcat

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    Thanks Grand! :)
     
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    Drool......

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    Very nice. I have a couple of '81s including one I had hard chromed.

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    Gorgeous.:cool:
     
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    this is not funny

    Every time that I see a pic of a Python, I realize that I should have sold my Kidney instead.:mad:
     
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    Ssslurp... dang where's my drool cup ?
     
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    Only one? :p
     
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    Wow. Beautiful. I'd forgotten how nice Pythons are.
     
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    Very nice thanks for posting.....:D
     
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    I had to pass on one today that I'm sure I'll be regretting for a long time. I'm currently in the market for an 1866 Uberti, but ran across a BEAUTIFUL blued 8" Python at a gun show today for $700 All I can say is I better be damned happy with that Uberti when I finally find one.
     
  13. FM2Wildcat

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    Awesome and gorgeous collection Brain! Thanks for posting the pics of them!
    Scott, that's a great deal on a Python if it's in mint condition. Good thing I don't live in SC or I'd be on that thing like Oprah on a baked ham!
    You sure an old Marlin lever action 30-30 wouldn't get you through? hehe
    Put a red dot site on the Marlin then you'll have a C.A.R, Cowboy Assualt Rifle- plus maybe still have enough cash left over for the Python. :D
    In all seriousness those Yellowboys are slick rifles! :eek: First time I've seen one.
     
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    Forget the Python I saw. It was gone within a half hour. Suprise, suprise!
    I actually sold a Winchester .30-30 while I was there to help fund my Yellowboy. The .30-30 has the tendency to make a sore shoulder after 20 or 30 rds. :what: I'm going for a lever in .45LC and keeping my Marlin .30-30 for the hunting stands.
     
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    I own an 4-inch 1981 vintage blue Python like yours! It is one of the nicest Pythons that I have ever seen! For some reason, the bluing on most of these 1981year model Pythons have been excellent! Congratulations on finding such a nice-and desireable Python!
     
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    Geez - I'll be right back...I'm gonna go take some pics of my newly acquired 68-69 Python :cool:
     
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    Tick tock... :)
     
  18. 10-Ring

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    Hope this works...
    I just bought the gun and the best I've been able to determine, she was born in '69 :evil: :cool:
     
  19. Remmi

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    This brings me to something a bit childish, but amusing.

    I'm a bit of a gamer on the side, and with the re-make of Resident Evil; Tokyo-Mauri released an Airsoft speical edition of the Colt Python.

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    While that's just a big metal toy; I'd pay through the nose to get a real one snazzed up like that; because I both a Gunner and a nerd. :D
     
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