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1967 Colt Python, 6", blue. Original owner bought it, fired 12 rds and put it in his dresser as a house gun. Over the years it has muzzle wear from sliding in the drawer (looks like holster wear). Small dings near the muzzle too around the outside. There is a thin 1/2" scratch along the side of the barrel too. Cylinder and frame are clean. No box or papers. Owner died and my friend ended up with it. $1100 is what he wants.

Good deal?? Thanks...
 

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If its got the original wooden target grips, its a pretty good deal imo. Even if it doesnt, IF you want a nice shooter Python with low round count, then its about as good as you are going to find. For Example: I've seen Dogs, 6 inch blue or still had a little blue left lol, I wouldnt even carry home bring 800-900. This gun sounds much much better condition than that.
 

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I think we are in the days of even a rough python will bring 1000, when U figure org grips bring 250 and up it would have to be a real pos not to bring 1000:cool:
 

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I believe 1100.00 to be a fair price for a nice shooter. I would offer him 1000.00, who knows he might bite.
 
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