Their only original once!
I think I might hold off on that modification....I'm not sure but I think it might diminish their valueWOWZER.By the way where is the relief for the speed loader?D*
Welcome back. I still wouldn't mind seeing some pictures of that S&W you teased us with in your other postMy interest in the Python has been rekindled and I appreciate posts like this that allow you to learn by seeing early examples of the revolvers and their stocks.
I agree, and in my opinion they feel better than any other grip I have felt on a Python. I haven't shot these and don't plan to, so I can't give you a range report but I am sure some of the other members can. If you examine them closely you can see why they would have become unaffordable for Colt to continue producing. All follow design changes seemed to have been focused on cost reductions rather that quality style.I think they are one of the best looking grips I've seen.
I do like the 2nd type grips the best when considering usability and feel, but the 1st type, in my opinion feel the bestMany people think the Second Type were the most attractive and usable of the Colt Target grips.