+1All the snake guns...... As soon as you have one of each, then you will want one of each barrel length and finish. Collect what you like. The 44mag is the more common caliber of the Anaconda and the 6" barrel is the most common length. For regular production there is also 4" and 8" barrel lengths in both calibers. Then there are limited runs of them as well including but not limited to a 5" barrel, First Edition, Realtree (with a few different variations of that one), legacy edition, bead blast, Ported versions and I'm sure plenty others. From a collector standpoint when it comes to Anacondas, less common is "better".
Hey man for that kind of money or less you can get a MINT 1940 CSR, Big Bore Shooting Master, Super Match etc. etc. etc.! I know where my money would go.Am I the only one that doesn't care for the Boa? It looks like a Dan Wesson with a S&W M28 finish. It seems to be another Lou Horton contrived collectable. Price notwithstanding it can't hold a candle to a Python. For that kind of money I'd be looking for a 1955-56 Python.
That's a great point. Shooting Master All Day Long!! Definitely would get one of I had a spare $15,000 laying around. A super match Colt 1911, absolutely! Great recommendations LumberjackHey man for that kind of money or less you can get a MINT 1940 CSR, Big Bore Shooting Master, Super Match etc. etc. etc.! I know where my money would go.