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Colt “Quietly” Recalls Pythons from Distributors

Discussion in 'Handguns' started by Hoji, Jan 19, 2020.

  1. SQLGeek

    SQLGeek Vodak, The Choice of a New Generation TGT Supporter

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    I've done it by not letting the trigger travel far enough forward before trying to pull it again but it sure as heck didn't lock up the revolver like that.
     


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  2. Younggun

    Younggun Ginger Avenger TGT Supporter Admin

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    Ah, I was thinking about shotguns and couldn’t see how it applied, lol.


    Still, shouldn’t hurt anything.


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  3. toddnjoyce

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    Seems like an internet cat fight is underway amongst those you tubers
     
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  4. BMF500

    BMF500 Matthew 10:34 TGT Supporter

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    Damn, I really had my sights set on one. Guess the market value of the classics jumped by a lot.
     
  5. seeker_two

    seeker_two Well-Known

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    World is getting strange when Taurus QC starts getting better than Colt QC....

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  6. Woohog1

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    Wish I had grandpa's, but cousin hocked it for 200 bucks and a guitar:grenade:
     
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  7. Dawico

    Dawico Uncoiled Lifetime Member

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    A few of my revolvers won't fire and kind of lock up until the trigger is fully reset. I think it's pretty normal for most guns honestly.

    This comment is not aimed toward any videos or testing. More just a general observation.
     
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  8. Dawico

    Dawico Uncoiled Lifetime Member

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    I have long believed Colt makes okay firearms with a premium price because of that horse on the side.

    Apparently the quality is actually going down but not the price.

    In their defense though rushing something to market and having a recall almost seems to be the norm today.

    Don't get me wrong, I hope they do well but Colt seems to be in a hole and can't stop digging.
     
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  9. TxStetson

    TxStetson Usually Here TGT Supporter Lifetime Member

    They're just using Sig's model of using the customer base as Beta Testers.
     
  10. pronstar

    pronstar TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    Exactly this.

    A strong brand means folks will pay a price premium.

    What often happens is, companies take their brand for granted and rest on past laurels, eventually eroding the brand.

    It’s not easy to build, and more importantly maintain, a strong brand over time.


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