No...far too different. Outside of stocks and stock locating pins they're entirely different revolvers outside of the visual styling. One part that may...and I repeat...may...interchange is the barrel...it might interchange with the late Python barrels with one-pin front sight blades...but I don't know whether the barrel threading is the same as those.
Hey ALL...picked up the 4" today i ordered from SW on May 9TH...am in central texas...2020 Pythons are very scarce here....OK..some initial observations....both BAD and GOOD...BAD first...the un-grooved backstrap is HIDEOUS..I did not realize this till i examined it at my dealer friend...of...
Please excuse the stupid question....Every revolver that I've ever seen has the cylinder opening to the left. How do left handed folks use a revolver that opens this way? I assume that after firing, they have to transfer the revolver to their right hand to eject the brass and reload? Can the gun...
So, the 'Yankee Marshall' of YouTube announced today that Colt dealers already have the new Python but the release for sale is set for January 2020.
I post it in the lounge because until this fyi is verified,its not Python category worthy.
I received the Archives letter I ordered for the Python I purchased in February...as I expected it confirmed it's a factory nickeled Python...nothing else special about it. It was born on July 20, 1960 and shipped on the 26th.