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PYTHON in PPC

August 21 2003 at 6:41 PM
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Rick Willier  (no login)

 
Has anyone used a Colt Python in PPC.
I need to know what modifications I need to make in order to be competative with my Python.
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Rick

 
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Al Culbertson
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Re: Python in PPC

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August 26 2003, 10:42 PM 

Pythons can be very good guns to start PPC with. An action job would be nice, and the front ramp sight should be changed to a patridge style. Your choices in speedloaders will be limited, Safariland Comp 2's will be your best bet. The Python will also be a good choice for the Distinguished Match.

Al

 
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Rich Willier
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thanks

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August 28 2003, 8:12 PM 

thanks for rely AL!
Any info is very appreciated.
Does anyone happen to have a .357 Semi-wadcutter load for PPC?

Thanks, Rich

 
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Tim G
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PPC load

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September 8 2003, 6:48 PM 

Rich
If you plan to use HBWC the best load I have found (and many people use it) is 3.1 grains of 231. Very good load with minimal recoil. That is in a .38 case which I would recommend over the .357 just because it is a reduced load and you can have problems trying to reduce the load in the larger cavity .357 case.
Tim

 
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