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Well after 42 years I finally did it! Way back in 1979 I purchased a brand new Colt Python. It was a #1 custom with Eliason sights. Loved that gun. Had to sell it because I was young and dumb.
Last week I finally pulled the trigger and purchased a new stainless python with a 4.25 barrel.

Colt did not disappoint with the new version. What an absolute jewel
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mans who better to pose with this fine piece of art than my future patrol officer (grand daughter)

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Well after 42 years I finally did it! Way back in 1979 I purchased a brand new Colt Python. It was a #1 custom with Eliason sights. Loved that gun. Had to sell it because I was young and dumb.
Last week I finally pulled the trigger and purchased a new stainless python with a 4.25 barrel.

Colt did not disappoint with the new version. What an absolute jewel
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mans who better to pose with this fine piece of art than my future patrol officer (grand daughter)

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Right handed, left eye dominant?
 

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Smith & Wesson Model 29-1 circa 1975

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For that to be a M29-1, it would have to be a 1962 production and the SN will start with "S" in the 220xxx range. Original target stocks would have a diamond in the checkering around the screw escutcheon. The dash-1 is a one-year gun, the dash-2 came out later in 1962 and ran through 1981. That's a beautiful revolver, I like the 6-1/2" barrel. I've got a nickel M29-2 with a 6", mine is from 1979.
 
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