Gary Reeder
mega bucks. Plus it couldn't be a real Python as
Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 17:51

Colt still has a patent on that. Plus it probably wouldn't sell. Collectors want an original Python in mint condition. A newly made Python wouldn't be as popular nor as strong as many other guns on the market. It wouldn't handle the hot magnum ammo that the S&W 686, Ruger GP-100 and so on are handling today. I would bet it would be a terrible flop. None of the younger shooters would want one.

As a "for instance" a person could bring back the original '57 Chevy and I bet it would flop. Who wants to drive a non power steering vehicle with roll down windows and no AC? Plus a push button AM radio. I drive an '86 Bronco with none of the fancy digital stuff and a carburetor with points and plugs. Ever try to find a mechanic that works on a vehicle like that. Almost impossible.

People are people. They like to think about the old stuff they grew up with but going out and buying one is a different thing. My personal opinion and $11.25 will buy you a cup of coffee at Starbucks.

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