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    New Colt Python 2020!

    Since we don't have a Pistols forum, I guess this goes in the "carry weapons" forum.

    Damn... I gotta admit this new Python looks GOOD. I might have to save my pennies for one!

    But, I may also wait for the Royal Blue version to come out. I think THAT'S the "right" finish for a Python.

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    Initial tests with people and gauges have them saying the draw stroke on the new ones in DA is smoother than the old ones.
    They definitely sound interesting for sure.
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    Keeping an eye on this one. Would love to have one in my safe!


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    May have moved to the very top of my wish list. Oh, baby!

    No way I can afford / justify an original. I hear they're going for 5-figures these days.

    But, this looks pretty sweet. And, I've been jonesing for a full-size revolver... was figuring on either a S&W 686 or a Ruger equivalent. But, now this comes along... <drool!>
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    ^^^^
    Similar jonesing going on here and new Python would be awesome, though I'd be content with a S&W or Ruger, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7.62Kolectr View Post
    Initial tests with people and gauges have them saying the draw stroke on the new ones in DA is smoother than the old ones.
    They definitely sound interesting for sure.
    Perhaps DA trigger pull?
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    Always wanted one.
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    Not as pretty as a Glock, but worth considering, I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anduril View Post
    Not as pretty as a Glock, but worth considering, I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick McC. View Post
    Perhaps DA trigger pull?
    Wondered the same thing myself, Rick!
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