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Colt Python 357 Magnum 4.25in Stainless Revolver - 6 rounds. Colt’s Engineering Innovation Team has produced the new Python as the brand’s most updated version of its classic platform. The Colt Python is chambered in .357 Magnum, but it can safely and effectively accommodate 38 Special cartridges. The Python has a 4.25-inch stainless steel barrel and a walnut grip that features the Colt emblem. Its overall length is 9.75 inches and the firearm weighs 42 oz. With 6-round capacity, the Colt Python maintains many of the design aspects from its predecessors, while being updated to meet the needs of today’s modern shooters and sportsmen.

Stainless Steel Alloy Construction
Redesigned and Updated
Rear Sights Recessed Target Crown
User-Interchangeable front Sights
Double-Action

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There's so much cringe going on in the comment section on this post it's hilarious. These at the end of the day are no where near the quality of the originals. These new ones are over priced riding on the coat tails of the legendary quality of it's past. And quite frankly at this price point much better guns you can spend your money on.

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QualityBargainHunter, Interesting just curious, can you explain in detail the differences in quality / differences in materials used etc. Thanks Merry Christmas.

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The old ones were hand fitted by better master gunsmiths. New ones are cnc machined. So I'm not actually saying these aren't good guns don't get me wrong. I just feel less man hours are going into them than the originals, materials are I'm sure comparable. I feel since less man hours go into them and at there price point I'm not sure it's quite justified. When you can get S&w performance centers for well below this price point. I'd expect someone with a name like colt1911**** to down vote my comment but I stand by it. And I'm not cheap either when it comes to guns, but I do analyze and think about stuff. It's just a opinion and again I'm sure these are great guns I just don't know if are 1500+ great, but if you always have wanted one and are smitten with having one then I'd say go for it cause you won't get them cheaper that's for sure.

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I hear what you’re saying. Legitimate points for sure. Don’t know if it’s accurate or not because I haven’t seen any conclusive evidence one way or the other. Definitely points I’ve questioned as well though. Arguments I’ve heard include things like, yes, parts are not hand fitted by skilled masters of the trade but cnc machining today has progressed so much and are precise to the degree that custom fitting isn’t necessary and the end result is the equivalent of the hand-fitting of old. Is that true? How does one truly know? What I can say is that I’ve had no problems with any of my new Colts, which includes one of most they’ve offered thus far: cobra, king cobra target, pythons in 4” and 6”, and just picked up a 6” anaconda. Maybe time will tell and definitely would love to hear other’s experiences with the new stuff

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I'd buy a Coonan 357 over this save a couple hundred over this any day of the week..... Or a desert eagle L5 357 for around the same price over this but again this is all personal preference really. I just feel these new pythons could easily be priced at $1000 if they choose to but you are paying for that name.

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I also like S&w performance center 327 titanium and I think those are like $800-900.....

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Doesn't CZ own Colt ?

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They've acquired Colt, but that's recent enough that it probably hasn't had time to elicit some f/x yet on bringing Colt back up to standard...

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BRING BACK THE ROYAL BLUE FINISH!!!! & !

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So completely tired of the poors saying "MY REVOLVER THAT 500 LESS IS BETTER". Thats nice honey. First off, unless you're in Kodiak bear country, nobody uses revolvers anymore other than the hipsters in our community and the old fudds whose old habits die hard. Secondly, people get these for the nostalgia. So you can stop comparing your cheap ruger to it, just like you can stop comparing your glock to a ww2 luger. - Signed the rest of the community.

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a lot of brokeasses and jealous little bitches who cannot afford expensive revolvers and then calling them junk... sure bring your cash and put your money where your smartass mouth is!

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Jerry Miculek laughs at this post and the poster. Revolvers remain relevant for concealed carry, home defense, target shooting, backpacking, hunting, etc. Beware the man who owns one; he probably knows how to use it...which is more than can be said for many of the Glock kids these days.

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Vrock, I think a Glock with a high mag capacity would do better then 6 rounds wheel in different situations.

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Old fudd, really? I'll take my target python and out shoot any handgun you got.

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Is the Python worth $1500? That depends on how it performs in a Ransom Rest. I value accuracy over nostalgia. After all, this is a target revolver.

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Uh huh. But my revolver is better than your revolver because IT IS $500 less than yours and can do everything yours can. Colt, the company that has no R&D department, tries to retread ghosts from the past to seem relevant again. Oh...........Yaaaaay. You lost $$$ and now you want to lash back at the pactical folks. (poors)

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I don’t know anyone who lost money on a Python or a even a 686 for that much. On the other hand GP100s can be had for a case of beer and a firm handshake. With all that said they are all great revolvers. I’ve gotten rid of a 5inch GP100 Davidson’s exclusive for another 686 prelock. The GP100 is great and rock solid but that’s where it ends for me. Difference in how they are built, Fit and finish, triggers (no the ruger will never be on par do your research). I’m fortunate enough I can afford a little more so I will have a 4.25 inch Python along side my many Smiths when they are more available. PS. The Python is worth the xtra money in sex appeal alone, damn that thing is HOT!

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Stop exaggerating. I will never sell my GP-100.

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Do my research? Based on my own time/research with my own 686s I'd say they're pretty damn good and equally as accurate as the GP100. I'm about to sell the ruger. (For far more than beer and a firm handshake) Having a .357 that is affordable, reliable and accurate is my only point. If I could get a Colt at Smith/Ruger prices I wouldn't pass on it. But, is the Python $1,500 hot? Eh. That's where we just disagree.

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The GP100 uses a cast steel frame comparable to and made to compete with the forged L frame S&W 686. It looks and is beefier than the L frame because going cast vs forged required more girth to maintain strength at a lower price point. The L frame S&W was a copy of Colt’s frame used on the Python and its predecessor the Colt .357. Before Colt designed this frame S&W was using the weaker K frame and Ruger made cowboy guns for recreational shooters that enjoyed watching westerns. All 3 are fine revolvers. I am going to find a way to get one of these though I would prefer blued with a 4 inch barrel.

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You tell em willb, and wtf is up edit | reply. How come we can’t edit some of our fn comments !!!!!!! Ps Colts are nice I got a few....... 8-))

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There is no point in trying to diss or reason why they cost so much. Colts have always been expensive and will always be expensive. In fact this is the only handgun I've ever considered paying this much for, which is full retail. Always wanted a Python and the old ones are double to four times this much.
Oh and what is the problem with this site and making comments less than 5 minutes apart! Gestapo much?

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It's just a theory, but their provider probably wants to hit them with an activity volume upcharge so the extreme long wait between comments is their way to keep their co$t$ down...

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$1,500 ? My Stainless Ruger 357 GP100 -7 shot - 6” for $675 is built stronger and will shoot just as good or better but GP Wins with 1 more round —. 8-))

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$675? You got taken.

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$675? My Blued EAA windicator -6 shot- 4 inch is just as strong if not strongerer then a GP100. Will shoot just as good if not more better. On par with fit & finish. But EAA wins hands down because at $329 it’s under half the price of a GP . - 8-))

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