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    You guys are making it harder for me to resist the pull of a Python.
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    get two .. I am 4.25 and the snubby when they release it.
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    That's great - congratulations. I'm sure 95% of the 4.25"s that apparently being released immediately, will be fine. Still, it surprises me with the 6" issues, that they would let these new ones out of the stable so quickly. It doesn't seem like enough time has passed to test the 6" issues and make the corrections.

    But, it IS a fast-food world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by odanrot View Post
    Really couldn't believe it...went into LGS and was going to purchase another pistol. Asked what the odds of a Colt Python being available anytime in the foreseeable future and the owner asked if I wanted the 4.25 or the 6 inch. I told him I wanted the 4.25 and he said they just got one in. Talk about luck.

    Bought it. Love the trigger. This is something I've been wanting for a very long time.

    And by the way, I learned about this forum after the Colt announcement at the beginning of January and I've really enjoyed learning about these new models from all of you. Thank you.

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    Would you mind sharing a partial serial number for our reference?

    I have a 4.25" on the way also.

    Thanks,
    Karl
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    Quote Originally Posted by kschmider View Post
    Would you mind sharing a partial serial number for our reference?

    I have a 4.25" on the way also.

    Thanks,
    Karl

    Don't mind at all. Under 3800.
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    In spot checking out some of the 6” new Pythons on gunbroker auctions , I see serials in the early 3000 range.
    Sine th 4” are apparently made after the first batch of 6” pythons, I wonder what the lowest 4” inch serials will be. Our new member here with his new 4” should be in the lower serials, but we soon shall find out as more of the 4 inchers start to hit for sale.
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    I'm leaning towards a 4.25"...I like it mucho.
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    Exactly my curiosity! Thanks!



    Quote Originally Posted by kschmider View Post
    Would you mind sharing a partial serial number for our reference?

    I have a 4.25" on the way also.

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by what would you say View Post
    In spot checking out some of the 6” new Pythons on gunbroker auctions , I see serials in the early 3000 range.
    Sine th 4” are apparently made after the first batch of 6” pythons, I wonder what the lowest 4” inch serials will be. Our new member here with his new 4” should be in the lower serials, but we soon shall find out as more of the 4 inchers start to hit for sale.
    Last edited by denpython; 02-01-2020 at 09:49 PM.
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    I'm not a veteran at range reports, but I ended up running about 200 rounds through the python yesterday. This being my first .357, my thoughts might be a little different from the veterans on here.

    Out of the 200 rounds, I ran 100 .357 and 100 .38 specials. It handled the .357 so much better than I expected. Very manageable recoil. First 6 rounds grouped ok to the left, but once I settled down, I was able to get all into the target area. The .38 specials felt like I was shooting a .22. So little recoil, I'd let a novice shoot it.

    No problems whatsoever with the gun. Accuracy was good. Was an absolute joy to shoot. The trigger rivals any revolver I've shot before. The closest feel to it (to me) is the Kimber K6S but the Python is smoother.

    Just a fun gun. A joy to shoot and a joy to have in hand. I just keep picking it up and looking at it....
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    Well I gotta say you have me very excited to receive my 4.25” Python. Gonna make the wait feel a little longer though...


 
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