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Hi, new here but I have been researching Pythons for a while. I'm trying to find out if the porting on this piece was done by the Custom Shop, as I've never seen this type of porting on a Colt. Also I can't find any grips that look like this. I called Colt and the serial # indicates it was produced in 1988 and is listed as a 4" Bright Stainless.

Would an archive letter indicate if the work was done by the Custom Shop?

Thanks, Zeek
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I doubt that Colt would agree to do something like that.
 

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Welcome to the forum. I would agree with smutt. It looks as though the barrel was originally a 6" and was cut down from there and ported.They even made a round butt out of the frame.It sure is funky looking.D*
 

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Welcome to the forum. I would agree with smutt. It looks as though the barrel was originally a 6" and was cunt down from there and ported.They even made a round butt out of the frame.It sure is funky looking.D*
My guess was a 4" gun originally. By the way, check your spelling, it had me laughing.
 

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Welcome to the forum. I would agree with smutt. It looks as though the barrel was originally a 6" and was cunt down from there and ported.They even made a round butt out of the frame.It sure is funky looking.D*
Yep...got to say that poor Python has been where no Python should go...LOL!!!!!

As to the original question, that work was done by Bubba's Custom Guns and Sawmill Shed.
 
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