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Old 01-07-2011, 03:38 PM   #11
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Nice hogleg right there. A sad day when LEOs dropped the big cannons for 9s.

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Old 01-07-2011, 03:54 PM   #12
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Can we expect a range report?
yes we can.

im taking the python, new agent, series 70, bersa thunder plus 380, and sig mosquito to the range this afternoon. in fact im logging now that cannon is over on tv and getting my gear ready then having lunch in milwaukee and hitting the range.
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Nice gun. There is room for all Gods creatures...next to the mashed potatos.

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Congrats! It truly is an excellent firearm. I love mine very much.

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Congrats! It truly is an excellent firearm. I love mine very much.
i just wish i was a better shot with it. i really suck at shooting wheel guns
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My wife bought me this python new in 1967 if I can take it with me when I leave this mortal coil I certainly will.

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Mine is older than I am. My Dad bought it because they were out of the S&W that he wanted, so he had to "settle" for the Python (settle, I still find that amusing). It is a 1965 build that originally came fitted with a 6" barrel. Original purchase price was $125 w/ LEO discount. At some point in the mid to late 80s it was fitted with a 8" Silhouette barrel (I have the 6" if reqd). I still shoot it regularly. It is a permanant member of the family, & will be my son's when the time comes. It's 45 now, I will send it to Colt for a going through and reblueing for it's 50th. Every enthusiast should at least shoot one.

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those are some pretty snakes!!

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