The Colt Python is the legendary production revolver and requires no introduction. The reintroduced 2020 model continues its great legacy. Altamont Co is proud to be a part of the Python's storied history in the production of the factory wood grips.
This Colt Python was master engraved by Merlin Enright of Altamont Co. This stainless steel work of art is selectively covered in deep relief scroll with a scroll design. This is American engraving at its finest.
The bright factory polish is accentuated by the contrasting sections of deep relief engraving. The scroll flows in the unique neoclassical signature style of the engraver. The combination of depth and detail makes this piece a rare find. A premium pair of Rosewood grips have been selected and specially crafted for this edition. This is, simply, an elegant revolver.
This is a piece of modern history for the serious collector and Python aficionado. Do not miss your chance at this beautiful revolver.
Stock photos shown. Individual firearms may have slight variations due to hand detailing in the execution of this spectacular pattern.
A Presentation Box is also available as an optional add-on. Made in the USA. The box includes a Velvet Pillow for gun placement. Choose from American Walnut or Cherry, with solid wood lid or with glass lid.
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|GRADE A||Factory Engraving Coverage of the main firearm sections. Standard depth of traditional deep relief engraving.|
|GRADE AA||Extensive Engraving Coverage including special detailing on accent components. Special or extra depth considerations specifically custom to the engraving pattern.|
|GRADE AAA||Master Level Coverage. Exquisite and complex detailing and coverage. Engraved at the ideal or maximum depth of spectacular deep relief engraving.|
|EXHIBITION / MUSEUM GRADE||Perfectly engraved firearms with no perceivable flaws, exhibition wood or ‘one of a kind’ exotic material.|
|PROTOTYPE / CUSTOM GRADE||Early, unique or deviant versions of an engraving pattern, which may reflect the development of the engraving pattern, may be ‘one of a kind’ or highly rare for certain features, and may be of collector interest.|