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    Shooter Python

    Picked up this 4 inch Python shooter. I think it was a Sheriff's Deputy carry piece from awhile back. I think it made in 1969? Any extra info is appreciated.
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    I thought all Pythons were shooters. If not, what's the point of even getting one? Safe keeping till or if the zombies appear?

    Edit. I don't have any Pythons. The OP (almost the same thing without all the bells and whistles and in .38 SPL rather than .357 MAG) serves me well enough, and I do prefer it's "old school" looks.
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    Actually a good looking Python, congratulations!

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    PD guns are mostly carried and shot little. Even then, it was normally with mid-range .38 wadcutters for qualification. So, holster wear, maybe a little oxidation here and there, but the bore should be like new and the timing good. The perfect definition of a shooter-grade Python.
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    That thing is my kind of gun.
    A slightly beat up Python is a highly desireable piece.

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    I agree. I also have a Python snubby that gets shot.
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    That thing is my kind of gun.
    A slightly beat up Python is a highly desireable piece.
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    Very nice mid sized Python however your photo is larger than my house and shop combined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickelplate View Post
    Very nice mid sized Python however your photo is larger than my house and shop combined.
    large pictures with details are better than small outa focus ones....BUT...


    .....[ctrl] + scroll wheel on mouse......will make those pictures what ever size you want them...........if your on a smart phone......two fingers on screen and pinch does the same thing.........
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    Here's my formally LEO owned shooter grade Python from '65. Your's appears to be in much better cosmetic shape.

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    I enjoy shooting so finding a great deal on one I could shoot was nice.
    Quote Originally Posted by pdbertb View Post
    Here's my formally LEO owned shooter grade Python from '65. Your's appears to be in much better cosmetic shape.
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