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Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by atic45, Dec 19, 2011.
Should I buy a colt python?
The python is as smooth as butter,if i had the money and had the chance to buy one i would get it.
you mean the semi-auto version
If I was going to buy a Python, I would post it in the revolver section instead of semi-auto's. If you are an avid shooter you will be impressed by the Python each time you shoot it. If you are a beginner or someone who does not shoot much you would do fine with a much cheaper revolver, like a Trooper or a S&W model 19.
Screw the fact that it was posted in the wrong section.
Answer to your question: YES
ill second that!!
the python is the best revolver out there. true works of art
Buy it! My dad's python was the first revolver I ever shot and still my favorite.
There is no semi auto version that I'm aware of.
This python needs a load of work done to it the guy thy has it his great grand father bought it new never shot it n kept it in a barn that's we're it sate for a long time. And for what I know it's never been shot to this day so I may have my hands on a rare one....but the price is wayyyyy outa my range...
No not really.
If it's been laid up in a track room drawer getting all rusty and dusty, and it's still waaaay out of your range, then tell the seller to screw off and go buy a good one for les that 1k.
Even the most awesome gun, if allowed to become worthless junk, is worthless junk.
Good gosh, why would you just throw a colt python in a barn and let it go to $h!t??
Sounds a lot like that awesome muscle car that was only driven to church on sundays by a little old lady who never went over 30 mph. In fact, maybe this Python was in the trunk.
"No seriously, a bit of spit & polish, it'll be good as new"
Seriously though, I have no problem with honest wear on a gun. Neglect is another issue entirely.
Narg, I'm a little disappointed.
You had me going there.
Now you have to admit that a semi auto 1911 colt Python would be badass!!
I can't even imagine what the heck that would look like, but I'm having fun trying!
Of it hasn't been fired like that guy says the. It ups the price. From what I can tell its fix able but the only reason why it's out my range is that I got laid off and had to buy gifts for my kids the gun is only 1500 not bad I can new the guy down or trade him a browning shot gun it's worth the resteration cost. I'll post a pic next time I talk to the guy. And y'all can give me a opinion on it.
Hell yeah it would be but it wouldn't be the same l at all.
IMO,that guy is way outta line for wanting 1500 for the gun.now if its been in a locked and sealed compartment or a safe and hasnt been exposed to the elements "i can see it" but if its just been laying in a dusty drawer with dirt dobbers in it i wouldnt even pay half that ,even if it hasnt been fired