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    Welcome.
    Others have addressed the Renaissance Wax.

    Spare parts? Agree with 68Python, none really needed. Should you want to purchase some, Jack First might be your first stop. https://jack-first-gun-parts.myshopi...rs-model-match
    That said, I recently purchased a main spring from Jack First for my PPC gun after untold 1000s of rounds.

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    Do an ebay search

    "nickel colt python parts" , some parts and cylinders available..

    Some reputable gun parts online stores now sell good quality reproduction hands and (locking) "bolt'. (Jack First?)

    Also the vendor interarmstx dot com has OEM factory E/I frame parts.

    Get a Kuhnhausen Colt revolver book for good reading... and cautionary learning !
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    Welcome to the Colt Forum!
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    Welcome Python_357. We agree 100% with 68python. DO NOT get inside of this thing. Late '70s Colts need very little "attention" as to the internal mechanics of the revolver. Shoot it. Observe everything... Note the LockUp, Trigger Pull & Hammer Pull. Chances are that you'll find the only thing needed may be a nice set of Colt Target stocks. Enjoy my friend.
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    Welcome to the Forum!
    I can't add anything to what others have said about Python parts...but I can emphasize that before you start crawling around inside your Python you buy and read the Kuhnhausen Colt Revolver book.
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    Welcome to the Colt Forum!!
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    Welcome to the Brotherhood. As far as spare parts,if you need them try to get them from members on HERE first. If not available try people on Gunbroker with excellent feedback. Use EBay as last resort,this applies to SAA parts as well. I’ve personally had some bad results but the good news—— it was small stuff dollar wise and even with recovery,it’s a hassle. There are more then a few non reputable sellers on eBay despite what their feedback reports may indicate. Pete
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    Welcome to the COLT Forum !!

    Enjoy Our Community...

    ...and that Python.

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    Appreciate everyone's welcome to this forum. It's good to know that there is a lot of really knowledgeable and helpfull individuals willing to share. I'm just finding out how difficult it is to locate Nickel plated crane lock screws for the Python I-frame.

    Question - would anybody know if screws from another Colt frame are compatible? I know a lot of individuals just say to stay out of taking the gun apart - but eventually the cylinder will need to be disassembled for cleaning and even if I use the correct screw driver - I might still mess it up.
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