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    Quote Originally Posted by BRL View Post
    I do expect to see older Python's come way down in price, probably in the range of a pre-lock 686, which is around $800.
    Please God, let this be so. Only because I want to buy more, not sell the ones I already have. Of course we all know it will never happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 459459 View Post
    One more point and I move on. If Colt wants to sell more Pythons then bring back service and parts on the old guns. Knowing you have bought a tool that will get a lifetime of service from the maker is a big sales pitch. The civilian market is looking for good service on our purchases.

    Jim
    Agreed, they should follow the Ruger model as far as service goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MARKO65 View Post
    Its a Python not a MK anything or something else..... cheesh a 1965 Mustang isn't the same as a 1985 Mustang but still a mustang. Better or worse.... same model I sit back and look at all the negativity so crazy, time changes things the days of hand fitted and polished guns are gone GET OVER IT. Be happy with what you have and enjoy life. Have a nice day.
    Like I stated in a previous post, autos and guns are a different beast. Yep, it's still a Mustang but remember when the Mustang was discontinued in the early 70's and the Mustang II was reintroduced? Anyway, autos change styles every few years and surely don't change the name every body change. The difference is, the Python was the same from 1955 until it was discontinued except for hollow to solid lug in around 1967. Then came the Python Elite. Hmmm, why wasn't this one called Python Elite? It more resembles the stainless Elite than the original Python. Whatever we think, Colt decided to name it Python. Some are ok with it, some aren't. It is what it is.

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    Question, can the barcode be polished out, legally?
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    Quote Originally Posted by smutt View Post
    Please God, let this be so. Only because I want to buy more, not sell the ones I already have. Of course we all know it will never happen.
    Exactly... $800 range???? Please... you can't compare the pre lock 686 market to the Python market.

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    I wonder who actually maufactures the pieces and parts used in the new Python. Colt, or a subcontractor, may do the final assembly, but I seriously doubt Colt manufactures the components.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MG34_Dan View Post
    I wonder who actually maufactures the pieces and parts used in the new Python. Colt, or a subcontractor, may do the final assembly, but I seriously doubt Colt manufactures the components.
    Why do you seriously doubt it?

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    Where are all the guys that said it couldn't be done ?????

    Not enough skilled people left to assemble them was the battle cry.....

    I am certainly glad they were wrong....I would hate to think we have lost the ability we had 60 years ago....

    I will take a modern day muscle car any day......YMMV....RR
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    Just visited one of my local gun shops that is a stocking Colt dealer. They checked on availability of the new Python with their distributor. The clerk told me that the distributor had a note that Colt was recalling the new Python due to some QC issue with the transfer bar assembly. He had no further information. I'm going to call another dealer and see what they say. Anyone else heard anything? If true, someone might have to start a whole new thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cidcw4 View Post
    Just visited one of my local gun shops that is a stocking Colt dealer. They checked on availability of the new Python with their distributor. The clerk told me that the distributor had a note that Colt was recalling the new Python due to some QC issue with the transfer bar assembly. He had no further information. I'm going to call another dealer and see what they say. Anyone else heard anything? If true, someone might have to start a whole new thread.
    My understanding is that the guns were recalled and repaired prior to the January 1 roll-out.


 
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