Colt King(?) Cobra Target in 327 Magnum

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    Colt King(?) Cobra Target in 327 Magnum

    Since Colt doesn't make it easy to contact them/make suggestions (a la Ruger's Tell the CEO) I figure I'd post this here.

    Who'd be interested in a King Cobra Target in 327 federal magnum with a 5"+ barrel?

    On Colt's list of priorities, it'd probably come behind chambering one in 22lr and putting out a new Anaconda, but I'd take one.
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    I'm really favoring 327 chambering in quality revolvers. I'd like to see a 5"+ KC target. I would buy one to go with my other 327 revolvers, I'd want it to be blued steel with wood stocks.
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    I would be interested in any colt da revolver in 327mag. Can load with 32 s&w for the girls who don't enjoy heavy recoil at target practice.. My mother carries a ruger lcr 327 mag and i would love to replace it with a colt..
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    Heck yes! I think I'd like something more "hip friendly" perhaps, in the 4" barrel range...but I'd be up for any and all!

    The other Colt revolver they "need" to make is a 6 shot 3 1/2" 10mm! That would quickly become my new woods gun. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE COLT - HEAR MY CRY!
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    Put my order in.
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    Not interested but I’d rather have it in 22lr than ANY caliber including 357 magnum .
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    Something different. Yes, I must admit that this has sparked a bit of interest in me...
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    If Colt would make a Python in 10mm I'd first in line to get one.
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    Obscure or bleeding edge calibers don't seem like a good plan for Colt. I'd like a revolver in .218 Bee, but doubt they would cater to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azshot View Post
    Obscure or bleeding edge calibers don't seem like a good plan for Colt. I'd like a revolver in .218 Bee, but doubt they would cater to me.
    Agreed that Colt needs to manufacture revolvers with chamberings that are economic, but I don't agree with the implication that .327 is obscure or bleeding edge, certainly not like .218 bee, especially in a revolver (granted, there's still room between economic and obscure or bleeding edge that you could fairly argue that .327 might occupy). On the other hand, with the .327 chambering, you get .32 Colt New Police (or .32 S&W long, if you prefer) for free. This includes .32 wadcutter, which is a classic target round, and, if the Target in the revolver's name is to mean anything, should alone make the cartridge worth considering.
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