Talk:Colt Python

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Colt Python with 4" Barrel and factory Black rubber combat grips - .357 Magnum
Colt Python with 6" Barrel and Rubber grips - .357 Magnum
Colt Python Elite with 6 inch barrel - .357 Magnum
Colt Python Elite with 4 inch barrel - .357 Magnum
Colt Python with 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Colt Stalker - .357 Magnum
Colt Python 4" barrel - .357 Magnum. Manufactured in 1975. Fixed front sight, adjustable rear sight, nickel finish,serrated trigger and checkered hammer with standard markings. Fitted with checkered walnut grips with gold Colt medallions.
Nickel plated Colt Python with 4" barrel (left side) - .357 Magnum
Nickel plated Colt Python with 4" barrel (right side) - .357 Magnum
Colt Python 380 - .357 Magnum (Bruni blank-firing replica.)
Nickel plated Colt Python with 2.5 inch barrel - .357 Magnum
Colt Python Target with 8 inch barrel - .38 Special
Colt Python Target with 8" barrel and in nickel finish - .38 Special
World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Colt Python. This non-firing prop weapon is verified as screen used from the film The Other Guys. The gun is accompanied by the Galco shoulder holster and clip pouch also used in numerous scenes from the film. This item is currently being sold by The Golden Closet; see this link.
Larger screenshot of the 6 in. Python
Colt Python Silhouette with 8 inch barrel, including factory scope.
Colt Python with 6" barrel & Ivory Grips - .357 Magnum
Nickel Colt Python with 8" barrel - .357 Magnum
Replica of Barry Burton's Custom Colt Python from Resident Evil (2002).
Screen Used Replica Colt Python by MGC of Japan. Since the Python was not fired on screen, a non firing replica was used by the actor. This is the screen used prop carried by Adam Vernier in Route 666.

Okay. that's it. I want one. I'm getting one

Yesterday I was in a local gunstore and there was a very nice widow getting her late husband's firearms appraised. Among the collection was a beautiful Python with a 6" barrel manufactured in 1958. It still had the original 1st generation wooden grips and that amazing Royal Blue finish. She let me take a look at it. It's balance was great and it's timing was still terrific. It was appraised at $1,700. Okay that was the clincher. I'm going to exert self-discipline and start saving up for a Python. If that means $1,500 - $2,000 than so be it. I'm getting one. And I'm under no illusions about how tough this will be. Especially when I come across a real nice S&W revolver. I can feel the pain already. --Jcordell 00:14, 1 December 2010 (UTC)

Good luck, mate. But, d'you mind if I brag for a moment? This Christmas, my grandfather is giving me his 6" nickel Python :) -SasquatchJim.

I mean this in the best way possible. Shut up. LOL --Jcordell 01:27, 1 December 2010 (UTC)
I wish you luck - I hope you're better at it than I am! - Nyles
Well as of Monday (11/29/10) I saw two Colt Pythons for sale. One at the local Cabelas and another in a locally owned gunshop. Both with 6" barrels and both priced between $1,300 - $1,400 dollars. Like I said it will require some discipline on my part and I don't know if I'll make it, but it's a good goal I guess. --Jcordell 16:36, 1 December 2010 (UTC)

I learned to shoot @ 13 with my dad's 6-inch nickel Python. He still has the original grips and package.

The first gun bigger then a .22 that I ever shot was my uncle's Python with a 2.5 inch barrel. I never really liked the look of snub nosed revolvers, at least compared to longer barreled revolvers, but I loved shooting that thing. It was a lot of kick for a prepubescent kid, though. Still, if you get the chance to buy one, then you certainly should do so. Acora 06:06, 2 December 2010 (UTC)

An Idea

Guys, could someone please add a short text how to distinguish the Python and the Anaconda, you know, for noobs like me? To me both revolvers look the same, the only difference I can see is the screws' placement above the trigger mechanism. (And of course the nomenclature is different but that can rarely be seen in films and games.) Thanks. - bozitojugg3rn4ut 15:28, 10 August 2011 (CDT)

How to distinguish a Colt Python from a Colt Anaconda

  • The trigger guards are shaped differently, the bottom of the Python's trigger guard is flat, the bottom of the Anaconda's trigger guard slants forward and downward.
  • The Anaconda is noticeably larger overall than the Python (and is almost twice as heavy).
  • The screw placement above the trigger mechanism is different.
  • The griped tip of the ejector rod on the Python is longer than the Anaconda's, the ejector rod itself on the Anaconda's is longer than the Python's.
  • The Anaconda only comes with a Stainless Steel finish, Blued Anacondas do not exist.
Colt Python Stainless Steel variant with 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Colt Anaconda with 6" barrel - .44 Magnum

Hope this helps. - Mr. Wolf 02:28, 25 August 2011 (CDT)

Plus they have different ammunition types. The Python is 357. Magnum and 38. Special, while the Anaconda is in 44.-The Gunslinger 3 22:04, 28 May 2012 (CDT)

Well, that's a given, but you can't always tell caliber in a movie. Jeddostotle7 19:57, 30 August 2012 (CDT)

Colt Python Elite

What exactly makes it "Elite?" - User:2wingo

Colt said so? Other than that it was just a Python. --Jcordell (talk) 19:22, 5 March 2014 (EST)




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