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Introduction of .357 Colt Python

The Colt Python is a double action, large frame handgun chambered for the powerful .357 Magnum cartridge originally developed by Smith & Wesson.

Pythons have a well-deserved reputation for superior fit & finish, accuracy, smooth trigger pull and a tight cylinder lock-up. If there is a downside to all this precision, it is the Python's tendency to go "out of time" with continued heavy shooting. This is a condition in which the cylinder is no longer turning into exact alignment with the forcing cone, so a shooter may be sprayed with tiny bits of shaved projectile when the gun is fired. When this happens, the lockwork needs to be re-timed. Normally, the trigger rise picks up the slack when fired so that the lock-up is still secure. Eventually, though, all revolvers need a timing job; Pythons need them no more often than any others.

The Colt Python was first introduced in 1955 as Colt's top-of-the-line model, and was originally intended to be a large-frame .38 Special target revolver. As a result, it features precision adjustable sights, an exceptionally smooth trigger, solid construction, and plenty of extra metal. It was never intended to be the object of continuous heavy pounding of magnum ammo.

Specifications

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  • Damage per shot: 6
  • Damage per second: Variable
  • Caliber: .357 Magnum
  • Fire Rate: Variable
  • Fire Mode: Double Action
  • Weight: 1.4 kg
  • Length: 187 mm
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1,450 ft/s (440 m/s) to 1,400 ft/s (430 m/s)
  • Effective Range: 75 meters
  • Reload Speed: UNCALCULATED

Attachments for Barrel

Attachments for Optics

Attachments for Under Barrel

Crafting

Gallery

Player wielding Colt Python .357 Revolver

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