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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    Ok, here's some terrible pics to enjoy

    Ruger speed six 3in 357. Same gun, different grips




    S&W 15-4 38spl



    S&W 13-2 38/357. Re-import

    1935 Colt Police Positive 38spl. Looks like it came out of Stalingrad but shoots good

    S&W 36 38spl

    Two S&W 27-2 and a model 10 snub nose


    The only one I think is missing is my early S&W 66 with the silver rear sight. That one is almost mint, in box with tools and paperwork
    Are you going to get that Colt refinished or leave it like it is? I know refinishing hurts the value but that is in bad shape. I think it is best to save a gun if possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 43m1garand View Post
    Are you going to get that Colt refinished or leave it like it is? I know refinishing hurts the value but that is in bad shape. I think it is best to save a gun if possible.
    Leave as is. There's no rust on it. The black/dark areas are whats left of the old finish. Due to the amount of putting I'm betting it's not the original finish. I'm just going to preserve it as is. It looks bad but it's all superficial
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    That Python tho. I would sell a kidney if Colt would bring them back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mullo98 View Post
    That Python tho. I would sell a kidney if Colt would bring them back.
    Same. I’m a non smoker...just sayin...if you want quality shit

    How much do those go for nowadays anyways, the pythons...not kidneys...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mullo98 View Post
    That Python tho. I would sell a kidney if Colt would bring them back.
    I gotta be the only guy who doesn't care for them. I mean they're nice but meh. I'd rather have a S&W 28. 29, or 38/44
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mullo98 View Post
    That Python tho. I would sell a kidney if Colt would bring them back.
    I gotta be the only guy who doesn't care for them. I mean they're nice but meh. I'd rather have a S&W 28. 29, or 38/44
    29 is on my list also, but then again my nickname is snake so naturally I need all the snake guns. Right now colts aren’t in the budget though😞 have you seen the new King Cobras?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustySnake View Post
    29 is on my list also, but then again my nickname is snake so naturally I need all the snake guns. Right now colts aren’t in the budget though😞 have you seen the new King Cobras?
    Yep. Looks like a Charter Arms version of a S&W 686.

    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
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    I gotta be the only guy who doesn't care for them. I mean they're nice but meh. I'd rather have a S&W 28. 29, or 38/44
    Have you ever felt the trigger on a Python? They’re like glass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mekanak47 View Post
    Have you ever felt the trigger on a Python? They’re like glass.
    Yes and Ive felt good ones on S&W too. A lot has to do with either a trigger job or worn in from use. Triggers don't really do anything for me. The only time I dislike them is when they're like 30lbs pull. Otherwise I'm good with anything as long as it's not super heavy. Mushy, spongy, etc...I just don't feel.

    Overall Colt just doesn't do anything for me. Not crazy about the looks or the top rib or the cylinder release.

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    Trigger kits are available for most any Colt or S&W revolver.

    Easy install in most cases.

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    Posted this one many times, but here I go again:

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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye View Post
    Posted this one many times, but here I go again:

    colt_tmk3_102512_5.jpg

    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.
    Those are increasing in value. Saw one at a gun store recently for either $700 or $900. A few years ago they were about half that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    I gotta be the only guy who doesn't care for them. I mean they're nice but meh. I'd rather have a S&W 28. 29, or 38/44
    You're certainly not. I'm sure they are great and all but the only Colts the get me really excited are Peacemakers, M-1917s and their various black powder revolvers.

    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
    Last edited by JeepFan; 07-12-2019 at 09:34 PM. Reason: spelling, duh
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    Here are a couple of mine...

    S&W 64 2" Factory DAO that isn't an NY-1...




    S&W 617 Mountain Gun... One of the best firearm purchases I ever made from an investment perspective.




    I also have a 629 and a 625, but I don't have good pictures of them.

 

 
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