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    Recently I was able to buy a nearly new colt 357 peacekeeper for (with taxes) almost $500. From the info that I have been able to gather this firearm is almost the same as the colt python. Has anybody out there had any experience with this handgun. I was very happy to run across this deal because I have been wanting to get a 357 so that I can practice my 38cal shooting for work.

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    Nice pickup, but it's nothing like the Colt Python. The Python is entirely hand-fitted.

    The Peacekeeper is a Trooper MKV with a Python style barrel and poo-finish. It is not hand fitted and the parts are sintered, not forged; it is a standard production revolver with simplified lockwork.
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    Ok, thanks. It still should be what i need for practice. Plus it felt great in my hand.

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    Congrats on the new addition guardman
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    I picked up my new baby today.
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    I am very happy with my purchase. The action is smooth. The trigger pull isn't too heavy. It has some weight and mass without being too heavy. Something that I noticed when I got home is that even the rear sight is adjustable. The only thing that I am not thrilled about is the cylinder release is a little inconvenient. That I can live with. I believe that this purchase is well worth the cash. Thanks for your help guys.

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    Sorry guys I guess that I should have made the picts a little larger.

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    Congrats on the new gun. If you have detailed questions that we can't answer here, you might want to check out the Colt owners' forum at http://www.coltforum.com/forums/forum.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by vperlman View Post
    Congrats on the new gun. If you have detailed questions that we can't answer here, you might want to check out the Colt owners' forum at http://www.coltforum.com/forums/forum.php


    Cool thanks.

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