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    Complete Snake Series?

    A recent acquisition of the BOA, I believe completed my collection of the Snake Revolvers, although not in all calibers and barrel lengths. I have the BOA and Cobra in blue, the Anaconda and King Cobra in Stainless, and the Python, Viper, and Diamondback in Nickel. Am I missing any?

    Thanks, Dick
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    congratulations, any pictures

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    I'd say a family photo is needed for sure

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    Snake Series Pictures

    Pictures of my Snake Collection. (1) Boa, Cobra (2) Anaconda, King Cobra (3) Diamondback, Python, Viper. Anaconda & King Cobra are stainless, Diamondback, Python, & Viper are nickel.
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    Very nice. All 7 Serpents present and accounted for. Sweet.

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    Seems you have all the named ones, but you may want to consider adding a "357" since it is the progenitor of Python. That is a nice collection.
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    Good stuff. My goal is simply one exemplar of each .357 Python in Blue. Thus, 2.5, 3, 4, 6, and 8. Not chasing the 8" Python in .38 SPCL.
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    Congrats, that is a nice achievement!!

    I could never get past the Boa, but have the rest.

    Hats off to you sir
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    Now you have to ask yourself a question that has had some of us stumped for a while?
    What do you do now?
    Do you start collecting different calibers? Barrel lengths? Condition? Blue, nickel, stainless, bright stainless, electroless. Prototypes? Engraved?
    There is a loooong list of colt semiautos and SAA's.

    Good luck and congrats.

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    I have now moved on to Winchester Lever actions. I have an 1873, 1886, 1892, 1894, 1895, and Model 71. My goal is to collect all 13.
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