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Old 12-31-2013, 06:06 AM   #31
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Maybe if I ever strike it rich I'll buy a Python. By then their cost will prolly be double what they are now. *Sigh*

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I have a friend who just got one. However im curious about it because it has no firing pin the grips are gone and the barrel has a screw in it, anyone now what that means?
As others said, it means someone de-commissioned it. Find him and punch him in the throat. That's my recommendation.
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Old 12-31-2013, 03:54 PM   #32
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Here is the contradiction: the better it's condition, the less likely it is to be practiced with. You buy a beater to shoot it, and it becomes an aggravation and a constant fix, still for a lot of money. I had a thread not long ago asking just what people do with their Pythons. Most fans who don't own one yet swear to shoot the dickens out of it. Most owners? Meh.

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