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F/S 6" Colt Python

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by GW22, Apr 17, 2011.

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  1. GW22

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    Holy Mackerel, Andy -- that's THE classic American revolver. Wadja do with the original grips?

    -Gary
     
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    Jewelry go with it?? HAHAHA joking

    up for a nice pistol
     
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    That's not jewelry, Wes -- it's one of those newfangled speedloaders.

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    Do you put it on your Fangle to load faster?
     
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    F/S 6

    $1150 for a really nice 6" Python is a pretty square deal. You can't swing a dead cat at a gun show without hitting three idiots asking $14-1700.

    -Gary
     
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    F/S 6

    GW22

    Take a look on Gunbroker. You won't find one there for that kind of money.$1100.00
    Most desirable ones were made in the late 50s early 60,s. They were hand made in those years. They draw the most money.
     
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