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    1957 Python

    I popped on this one....not mint, but a real 1957 gun from the son of the original owner......https://www.gunbroker.com/item/814669332

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    Lookin good....enjoy. When not perfect....don't have to worry about keeping it perfect!

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    Good afternoon: Nice find. I have a 1957 Python serial 3209 so both were probably in their shop at the same time! Very cool.

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    Wow very nice and a steal.. that one got under the radar for sure.

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    Looks like a bargain to me.

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    That's a very reasonable "buy it now" for a '50s Python. Good score!
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    Nice. Post up when it arrives. If you were born in 1957, that is icing on the cake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MARKO65 View Post
    Wow very nice and a steal.. that one got under the radar for sure.
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    I got a 59 Python on a Sunday Night late only 2 bids stole it a few years ago....

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    The opening bid was set at $1800, and the buy it now was $2200....decided not to wait, and that price for a 3rd year gun was very good. Will probably get it next week some time. Not the prettiest of my collection, but I did not have a very early gun, and most of this vintage are asking some high numbers. Plus it is a one owner gun, the son is selling.

    When I figure out how to post pictures, I will put this one up and maybe a couple of more.

    I want to take this one apart and see if it is finished any differently from my other guns.


 
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