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Old November 18, 2012, 10:05 AM   #4
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Join Date: August 30, 2012
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Good find. You have to be willing and able to strike when the iron is hot.

I never see a Python that isn't in new, or near new condition. A few weeks ago I spotted one in the case at the LGS. Not the "collector case" but the regular "used gun" case. It was worn and dirty, but checked out mechanically. I stuck it on layaway, did some research, found out it was made in 1964 (not that, that was important really). Picked it up a week or so later, cleaned it up, and it turned out to not as rough as I thought it was.
I like the thought of having a "shooter" Python. You have a nice gun. You're right about being willing and able to act fast. Congrats!
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