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Old 05-16-2014, 04:10 AM   #41
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Colt Python.
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The Python and even the Anaconda are like functional art.
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Old 05-16-2014, 04:18 AM   #42
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Mine are (Python 6" and King Cobra 3"). another one that I never officially "Owned" but carried for almost Three Years: the Ingram MAC-10. Had to Turn it back in when I moved into the reserves from Active Duty. Funny Story how I got it "Issued" to me.
The 3rd Batt. 5th Special Forces were also Hq'ed at Ft. Campbell(Still are I believe, but someone can correct me if i'm wrong). they were the only ones on the Base who's Armory had anything other then pistols and M-16's/CAR-15's.
It cost me 6 Bottles of Johnny Walker(Black), but I got it....


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Colt 1911 with Kart slide..............was hell on squirrels with it as a kid.
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Old 05-16-2014, 05:31 AM   #44
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BTW, I have shot several Pythons, and own one slicked by the Custom Shop.
Yes they are nice...........but IMHO are overrated.

Save yourself some $ and just get a 686.
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Old 05-16-2014, 05:52 AM   #45
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That's a tough one, but I'd probably either go with a sig 226 or my grandmothers s&w 10-8.


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Got into a conversation with a fellow at the range a while back, he was there breaking in a new Kimber 1911. he asked if I wanted to try out his old one, he liked it better than the new one and of course I could not refuse the invite. But the older model Kimber was I have to say one of, if not the best handguns I have shot. Before it was over I shot his new one too, it was nice but the old model 1911 he had made me want one so bad!
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I been watching this post sense it started & I still don`t know, every handgun that I shot & I really, really liked it, I bought it !.............I don`t try one like it & not buy it !..........
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I got to shot a very well used older Clark Custom target pistol during a range swap. Got the swap my ria tac fs for the clark for a couple mags. He thought the ria was a great buy. Guess thats being nice. I was very glad to get to even shoot a pistol that still was so accurate in the hands of that man. 2lb trigger and racked smoother than any pistol should.
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