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Discussion in 'General Firearms & Ammo' started by tC_Matt, Feb 11, 2016.
I now have an urge to shoot at poors wif me new Python.
I had one of the original Python pellet guns Crosman made back in the 80s. It was a lot of fun. My dad helped me make a shoulder holster for it out of an old work boot upper and a canvas belt.
How's the trigger compared to a real revolver?
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It really isn’t that bad. It stacks but usuable.
My Python had some big pellets.
You know Glock 17/19 mags are pretty common. You could turn that dearth into a plethora.
Not commander-sized, but fairly decent analog for a 1911. It’s probably a 3” group at 5 yds, so not anywhere near as accurate as my WC.
I got 3 mags worth for one CO2 cartridge...that’s 54 shots.
Been going through the safe and ran across this 1952 model 70. Ordered vintage Weaver mounts, Weaver rings and The Weaver KV60 scope came today. Will be taking it to the range once the West Texas winds die down.
Bought these three (and some more) today from a customer...these three won't hit the shelf......functional but not that great aesthetically....so I will add them to the collection.....
H&R Model 733 in .32 S&W, Baby Browning in .25 acp....and a Star 9mm