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    Quote Originally Posted by BusaDave View Post
    Hmmmmm very interesting. Two guns doing this at the media event? This guy has 2 posts. Name is Python 2020? Yes interesting but this is the internet.
    Yes the Poster is abrasive and I will not comment any further on that will let others deal with him as they see fit. Will only say that "
    I had failures on both the four-inch and six-inch models."
    is factually correct. That is all no further comment.
    what would you say and Burgs like this.

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    Hey what happened to the OP?
    I have yet to see the new Python in my hands
    I wonder how they compare to the original
    My favorite of the Pythons are the very early ones with the type 1 full checker grips
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant T View Post
    Has anyone had a problem using a speed loader in your Python 2020? My HKS DS gets caught/stuck on the wood grip...
    Yes... I have tried a few of my speedloaders from other revolvers. I have not found anything that I already owned that works. That being said, those speedloaders are for smiths and Rugers.

    Are you trying a speedloader that works with the legacy pythons? I can’t say I own any of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1LEcamaro View Post
    The new Pythons are most likely drag polished similar to this video. I think that is how the barrel crowns got screwed up because they were mounting them at the end of the barrel somehow and they probably came loose.

    Drag polishing machine

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSFxRufQ3VA
    That’s some old time hand craftsmanship right there I tell ya!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnidelyWhiplash View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Katmandude View Post
    I like how Colt serrated the red insert. I'll keep it at least until a Tritium is available.
    There is a tritium front sight available...the same one as for the Cobra and King Cobra. Brownell's carries them...I've purchased a couple from them.
    Available to backorder from Brownells. It fits Cobra, King Cobra, and Python. Will probably be difficult to get once more King Cobras and Pythons are out in the market place. Ordered mine today. https://www.brownells.com/aspx/searc...116&pid=123397

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    This is what I read regarding the finish. Seems like I've heard or read it from a few sources:

    All the bar stock parts are tumbled to achieve a very smooth finish with no machining marks. Due to the tumbling, there are not grooves on the rear strap of the frame, unlike the old Python.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchumb View Post
    Available to backorder from Brownells. It fits Cobra, King Cobra, and Python. Will probably be difficult to get once more King Cobras and Pythons are out in the market place. Ordered mine today. https://www.brownells.com/aspx/searc...116&pid=123397


    I bought one from brownells for my new Cobra and they were hard to get back then. I dont know if it ever got caught up on stock or they go right back to backorder when a batch comes in. So it must be popular, and I agree that there will be more guns that need them with more snake guns now. But, I’m not gonna change the front sight on my python. Might on the new KC. Although the fiber optic works good, it just doesn’t like as good as a brass bead front sight...
    anyone know if the brass bead front replacement sight has been made available? I’ve seen it on that “retro” new cobra.. one with the traditional style wood stocks and the matte blue “night cobra “ finish.
    Another subject . but If Colt ever gets that to an original polished blue and that’s a seller. Maybe Colt is working up to that. We will see , all in due time
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    Quote Originally Posted by RKBA View Post
    That’s some old time hand craftsmanship right there I tell ya!
    Well, i guess if they did not implement some technology into the production of the gun it would not have come to reality. I would think hand polished and fitted guns would cost double the MSRP.
    scstrain and Thirty-Ought 6 like this.

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    I'd like to see tritium rear sights made available as well but I think the aftermarket will take care of that. Maybe a sight company is working one up now or could be waiting to see the size of the potential market before committing R&D funding to it.
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    image.jpgimage.jpgimage.jpgWell, I’ve put about 200 rounds of .38’s, and .357’s through this, never skipped a lick. I like it...a lot.. Had to put some Altamont Rosewoods on it though, the laminates just don’t do it for me.


 
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