colt python 357 magnum
The Colt Python 357 Magnum revolver was manufacture by colt in Connecticut. It was first introduced in 1955, the same year as Smith & Wesson‘s M29 .44 Magnum. The Colt Python is intended for the premium revolver market segment. Much like the first edition of the Python. This revolver has a captivating appearance. The 357 magnum is consistent placement on target was a breeze. It’s no wonder that Colt’s Python is a regular choice by homeowners for home defense.
Reliability of the colt python 357
The reliability of this Colt Python 357 magnum is one of this revolver’s key upgrades in 2020. The original Python was made to be ready to go to work. I’m not saying that the pinnacle revolver of more than fifty years of production was unreliable. However in 1955 the Colt Python was created in an incredibly unique way. This led to individual Pythons being built to a different level of standards. They were beautiful, powerful, and hand-assembled.
Handling of 357 magnum
Specification of 357 magnum
|Place of origin||united state|
|Manufacturer||colt manufacturing company|
|Variants||2.5-inch (6.4 cm), 3-inch (7.6 cm), 4-inch (10 cm), 6-inch (15 cm) and 8-inch (20 cm) barrel|
|Mass||38 ounces (1.1 kg) to 48 ounces (1.4 kg)|
|Maximum firing range||200+ yards|
|Feed system||Six round cylinder|
|Sights||Rear adj.; front ramp|