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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by bmw2, Feb 21, 2016.
Nice pistol, same frame size as the python, nice smooth action. GLWS!
Thanks coop44! It's a neat old revolver. With a second kid on the way, I'm trying to be more realistic on how often I get to shoot anymore so I'm trying to thin out my lesser used guns.
How come all of the "fun" old revolvers are so far away..........very nice!
I have family in federal way, I could probably meet down there if someone really wanted it.
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I've got one like that which was my Grand Pa's but with the 6" tapered barrel that's in amazing condition. A good honest 93-95% and a early one. 1930-40ish?? I haven't done a # search but I think I recall him saying he got it 1938, but I could be wrong?? Pre war for sure though.
Thought rarely ever shot when it was passed down to me,,it shoots great when I do. The trigger is on mine is WAY WAY to lite though, lighter than I'd like certainly. I doubt it's any more than 2lbs tops. That could very well be why it shoots so good, no extra resistance on the trigger to throw the shot! . But IMHO, I think that's dangerously lite.
It's scary and I don't let anyone shoot it unless there very experienced shooters, then only with a warning. The whole gun is beautifully made and smooth, I love the old,,,"modern-ish" Colts. I've kicked my butt a thousand times over that I ever sold my Python and Diamond Back,,
what an idiot I was!
But a family emergency happened and I needed quick dough, so sadly they had to go, it was my only option.
Everyone needs to have an old colt revolver at some point IMHO and if you don't,,,
YOUR A SLACKER !!!
I'd really like to have this and if I had any way to be in the buying mode I would have responded the first day
I have the same gun that was my great grandfathers police service weapon. (Probably older then yours though by a bit)
I've never shot it but I've cleaned it a few times.