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5 New Revolvers Seen At SHOT Show 2020

Revolvers are rolling at SHOT Show 2020, and American Rifleman contributors scoured the show floor for the latest and greatest for our roundup.

SHOT Show 2020: Is There a Problem With the Colt Python?

In light of supposed issues surrounding the new-for-2020 Colt Python, we sat down with Colt's Paul Spitale to get their side of the story.

SHOT Show 2020: Colt Python

In 2020, Colt answered the prayers of revolver fans everywhere with the re-release of the legendary Colt Python.

Tonight on ARTV: Colt's New Python; Rock River Arms BT-9; Ruger Red Label Shotgun

Our staff had early notice on one of the biggest introductions of the year, as Joe Kurtenbach was at Gunsite Academy with Colt when it shared the news that it was bringing back the double-action revolver.

The Keefe Report: The Colt Python is Back!

The most desirable of the “snake guns,” as Colt likes to call them, is back.

Top-Selling Revolvers for September 2018

Gun Genius has listed the top-selling revolvers for September 2018.

Wiley Clapp: The Trythons Tried

Wiley Clapp culminates his Trython experiment by—what else—shooting them.

Wiley Clapp: Enter the Trython

If you missed out on owning an original Colt Python, you might be able to own the next best thing—a "Trython"—part Colt Python and Colt Trooper. Read how Wiley Clapp built these modern hybrid revolvers from classic Colt parts.

A Colt's Python Primer

Once a neglected collecting category, Colt’s Python remains one of the hottest tickets today. Here is the half-century history of the “King of the Seven Serpents.”

Wiley Clapp: This Colt Python Business

Wiley Clapp was around for the Python's introduction in 1955. In this first of a three-part series, he journeys through the early days of this now legendary Colt revolver and ponders its skyrocketing value.

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