Guilty. I hate heavy recoil and muzzle blast.
Not me, I enjoy muzzle blast (as long as it’s my own and not a guy two feet off to my left with a muzzle brake) and have no problem handling recoil from anything south of a 4-bore.I guess some folks really think that the 3in Python has fierce a MB and a fireball. I carry Gemini Customs in 454 this will make your glasses jump on the bridge of your nose! I guess it is all about what you get used to but yes most on this site I have noticed are sensitive to MB and recoil.
I have only a 4.25-inch Python to compare against a 3-inch King Cobra, but those two are very different. The King Cobra is on a smaller frame and weighs 28 oz vs a reported 40 oz for a 3-inch Python or 42 oz for 4.25-inch. There is a big difference in feel, what that means depends on use and personal preference. For me, the Python is possible to conceal, the King Cobra is really easy to conceal. For range use, I prefer the larger/heavier revolver. For a trail gun, I (most days) prefer the smaller/lighter one. YMMV.How much different is the Python from the king Cobra? Both have a 3” barrel
Two different species of snake, each with it's own habitat nicheGotta agree with Salamander. Both will do the same job but each with a different feel. The King Cobra 3" does have fixed sights against the Python's adjustable sights...which is an advantage for a concealed carry gun as well as its smaller size.
Not specific to the 3” Python but…