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Average Customer Review4.5 (13 reviews)
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Things I liked:It has the look,weight,feel and detail of the original Python.It uses less CO2 then blow back models. The adjustable sights.
Things I would have changed:The cylinder has too much play and hits against metal guide that holds it in place. Sent first one back and second one had same problem. Everyone would like better grips.Cylinder release is plastic and a little loose. Would love to see it in a 6 shot pellet with rifled barrel for accuracy, while maintaining true look.
What others should know:I removed the play in the cylinder using clear Mylar tape around bushing and pivot shaft. It now feels more real. Worth having for anyone that collects true replicas. Smooth bore BB accuracy is hit and miss at best.
Things I liked:Very realistic.
Things I would have changed:I would have given it 5 stars but there is a slight wobble in the barrel. The barrel seems to be pinned to the gun so I don’t know as it can be tightened or if its just the nature of the beast. I don’t think the looseness in the barrel is enough to affect accuracy much, but it is annoying since it can be felt when handling the gun.
What others should know:A target pistol it is not, but it is fun to shoot.
Things I liked:Nice trigger especially in single action, it became quite accurate after about a 200rnd break in, at 20yrds I'm now getting a 2 inch 5 shot group with a avanti BBs.
Things I would have changed:make it able to fire pellet's and give it a rifled not a brass smoothbore, the worst thing about it is the cylinder sometimes gets in a bind, when the cylinder opens the back edge is hitting part of frame just above the trigger and its started knocking off the finish around the edge of the cylinder, the reason its doing this is the cylinder has to much forward/rearward movement on rod that it spins on, if you make sure the cylinder is all the way forward before you open it, it won't do it ( it helps to point it downward )if I can get the cylinder off I might can fix the problem with a washer.
What others should know: it has brass smoothbore, If I remember correctly it said you should get like 60 shots per co2 fill, it's more like 40-45 good shots than it gets kinda weak. and the accuracy started out pretty bad, but after 200rnds it got a lot better, I think the shells need to break in to get the velocity consistent,
Compatible with Colt Python CO2 Revolver