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    Incredible amount of interest...

    in the 2020 Python. I have never seen the gun boards (not just this one) this busy with any firearm.

    Have you? And what firearm was it?
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    HK SP5 recently.
    HK SP5k, before that.
    Vector Arms putting together transferable UZI receivers, circa 2003 or so.
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    I will have to admit that I don't recall an incredible amount of interest in any gun that has come out for as far back as I can remember. The only thing that comes to mind of any interest is the full auto BB gun which the gun shop got recently, which I dreamed about as a kid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyP View Post
    I will have to admit that I don't recall an incredible amount of interest in any gun that has come out for as far back as I can remember. The only thing that comes to mind of any interest is the full auto BB gun which the gun shop got recently, which I dreamed about as a kid.
    I've been thinking about one of those also.
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    IDK That Sig 365 was all over the place when it hit the market
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    Keep in mind that we're looking at the Python from the inside of our own bubble. There's probably just as many people excited over Franklin Armory's Reformation rifle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyP View Post
    I will have to admit that I don't recall an incredible amount of interest in any gun that has come out for as far back as I can remember. The only thing that comes to mind of any interest is the full auto BB gun which the gun shop got recently, which I dreamed about as a kid.
    I always wanted one of those fullauto Freon-powdered BB guns they advertised in American Rifleman and others. Dad kind of grinned...Mom was a hard NO!

    The only guns I can think of that might come close to current Python-fever are maybe the Sig 365 and the first Glock 17.
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    Before the internet though, The Dirty Harry inspired S&W Model 29. You could not touch one of those for anywhere near retail for years and years. There were a few large dealers at the time that bought direct from S&W (Because they were Law Enforcement dealers too) and because of this had to sell the few that they would get for retail. There were hundreds of people on call lists with those dealers to get them as they trickled in. It was the craziest, not just interest that I have ever seen for a firearm.
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    Yeah, I bided my time on getting a "29", late 70's a shop had a used 6.5" blue I was able to pick up for under $300.00.
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