TinkerDave said:Colt cylinders rotate in opposite direction to S&W. A good thing to remember. TD
I think a new King Cobra or something of the kind based on the MkV frame would be more likely.ditto1958 said:I suspect this is a bit of a test by Colt. If this gun is successful, I'm thinking a new Python will follow before too long.
Cholo said:I see this as a good sign. It's nice to see the grand old name, Colt, on a revolver again
FergusonTO35 said:The absence of a six shot .38 that doesnt weigh a ton has been a yawning gap in the Ruger lineup since the Speed Six was discontinued. I quit waiting for them to rectify this longstanding error and ended up with a Rossi 461: a darn good gun for the money. The new Cobra looks sweet, I may just have to get one.
I'd love to find one of those. Better yet, they should start making them again with round butt and the 3" heavy barrel. I'd be all over that.Heliman said:I solved the light weight issue by purchasing a nice Smith Model 12 Airweight. Very easy to carry and 6 rounds to boot!