That Python tho. I would sell a kidney if Colt would bring them back.
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Always liked the look of S&W better. They had more fluid lines. Even when looking at both manufacturer's bread and butter guns. The model 10 and the Police Positive/Official Police. They were no thrills guns but on the Colts the ejector rod just kinda hung there while the S&W had this detent piece that kinda melted the push rod and made it flow better. Even the area where the frame and barrel meet.....on the S&W it's more blended
Overall Colt just doesn't do anything for me. Not crazy about the looks or the top rib or the cylinder release.
Trigger kits are available for most any Colt or S&W revolver.
Easy install in most cases.
Posted this one many times, but here I go again:
Colt Trooper Mk.III, I believe late 70s production. Found it in a pawn shop a few years ago. At the time, these were considered "cheap" firearms because they weren't exactly hand assembled like previous versions, plus they used a kind of MIM process for their internal parts. Despite this, they're considered some of the toughest revolvers around.
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I love S&W triggers, pre zit anyway, if yours is not perfect you need this, https://www.amazon.com/Revolvers-Sho...1Y84XAMDW6TP4D
Also available for Colts, https://www.amazon.com/Colt-Double-A.../dp/B000IXMGDS
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